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DOC Research Institute has been launched

Global political, business, and academic leaders convene in Berlin to mark the international launch of the Dialogue of Civilizations Research Institute.

BERLIN 1 JULY 2016 – The international think tank Dialogue of Civilizations Research Institute announces its global launch today, in Berlin.

The Dialogue of Civilizations Research Institute (DOC) has developed out of the World Public Forum Dialogue of Civilizations, which over its 15-year history built up considerable expertise in creating a space for people from different faiths, backgrounds, and positions, to come together and work to solve some of the world’s most complex problems.

This new Berlin based non-profit research institute builds on that experience, harnessing the intellectual power of its extensive international network of experts, academics and policy makers from the US, Europe, Russia, India, China and beyond.

With operational centres also planned for Russia and, in due course, China, the Dialogue of Civilizations Research Institute offers international journalists a powerhouse of experts around the world accessible virtually round the clock. Its activities include events, original research, expert commentary, and policy advice all informed by experts and supervisory board members who have both theoretical and practical experience in a wide array of key areas, e.g. conflict resolution, global security, origins of migration, global infrastructure development.

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On 28 June 2017 world experts will meet at the DOC Research event to discuss ways of protecting cultural heritage in regions troubled by war. The round-table discussion will focus on pre-Islamic culture in areas experiencing conflict, especially in the Middle East, and will involve UNESCO officials, NGO leaders, and heads of museums known worldwide. […]

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The roundtable “New Models of International Cooperation: Multiple Perspectives on the Belt and Road Initiative (OBOR)” was held at the DOC Research Institute’s HQ in Berlin on 31 May 2017. The programme consisted of two sessions. The first session mainly concentrated on China’s perspective in proposing the “One Belt One Road Initiative” (hereafter OBOR) and […]

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