The Liechtenstein Institute on Self-Determination supports a publication program that disseminates research conducted as part of Institute projects. The published output from LISD includes working papers, policy papers, occasional papers, policy briefs and papers, commentaries, edited volumes, and book-length policy reports as part of the Liechtenstein Colloquium Report series.
- The Intersection of Conflict-Related Sexual Violence Against Men, Boys, and LGBTQI+ Persons and Human TraffickingDecember 2022Policy Paper
- Gender, Law, and Security: Selected Student Research from the Project on Gender and the Global Community, 2019-2020November 2021Occasional Paper
- June 2021Occasional Paper
- April 2021Policy Paper
- March 2021Publication
- December 2020Working Paper
The new normal might not begin where we left off - certainly not in the next 12 months. We will head back to some basics, and to a different new normal, questioning aspects of globalization versus dependence on the professional, community, and national level. The age of supposed unconstrained access to supplies and markets has been proven illusionary, and demonstrates vulnerability.
It is not what the virus does to us, but what we make out of it. Let us hence not succumb to blame games, or even racist accusations, let us not give in to foster division. In this time of acute crisis, we have to stand together – all of us.