Peace Research Institute Frankfurt
PRIF analyses the causes of international and intrastate conflicts and looks for ways to solve them. We combine basic research with knowledge transfer into policy-making, media and society.
- Organizational Structure
Executive Board – Board of Trustees – Scientific Advisory Board – Knowledge Transfer and Public Relations – Administration – Organizational Chart – Research Program – Research Departments
PRIF employs over 90 staff members.
PRIF maintains the largest library in the area of peace and conflict research in Germany.
- Public Relations
The Public Relations office is the focal point of intersection for the institute's scientific communication.
Human resources, legal matters and organization - finances, allocations and budgeting - managing third-party funds.
On 30 October 1970, the former Prime Minister of Hesse, Albert Osswald, handed the foundation deed for PRIF over to the interim board – Prof Ernst-Otto Czempiel, Dr Hans Nicklas and Dr Dieter Senghaas.
PRIF receives 54% of its funding from the federal government and 46% from state funds.
Organizational Form - Purpose of the Foundation - Freedom of Research - Structure and Governing Bodies - Board of Trustees - Executive Board - Research Council - Advisory Board - Foundation Assets - Budget and Accounting - Constitutional Changes
- Annual Reports
Annual reports provide information on all relevant results from research and knowledge transfer of the past years.
Every two years PRIF bestows the Ernst-Otto Czempiel Award and is involved in the awarding of the Hessian Peace Prize.