Year-Long Engaging Conflict 2020

27 October 2020 to 30 November 2020

Year-Long Engaging Conflict is a series of online seminars addressing some of the most critical issues in peace and conflict studies. Drawing from the themes and faculty of the Engaging Conflict Summer School, the seminars aim at critically exploring the complex dynamics of conflict as well as the relevance and impact of different research agendas, policy choices and normative standing.

The seminars will take place online, as to the following program:

 

27 October, 12.00 – 14.00

Historicizing Peace and Conflict Studies

Roger Mac Ginty (Durham University)

Webex: www.bit.ly/3dLCRNd

T.note: www.twai.it/journal/tnote-90/


2 November, 12.00 – 14.00

How intra-state armed conflicts dominate global peace and security, and why we have no good answers in dealing with them

Michael von der Schulenburg (Former UN Assistant Secretary-General for Political Affairs, Head of Mission in Sierra Leone and Principal Deputy SRSG in Iraq)

Webex: www.bit.ly/3dLCRNd

T.note: www.twai.it/journal/tnote-86/


11 November, 12.00 – 14.00

The interaction between Climate-Fragility Risks and Covid-19 in urban environments

Susanne Wolfmaier (Project Manager, adelphi)

Zoom: www.bit.ly/3msGpqU

T.note: www.twai.it/journal/tnote-91/


12 November, 15.00 – 18.00

Conflict and high risk gold

Fabiana Di Lorenzo (Levin Sources)

Zoom: www.bit.ly/3msGpqU


18 November, 12.00 – 14.00

The odd case of Myanmar: producing knowledge and ignorance in Conflict Studies

David Brenner (University of Sussex)

Webex: www.bit.ly/3dLCRNd


23 November, 12.00 – 14.00

Rebel Orders: Non-State Armed Group Governance

Kieran Mitton (King’s College London)

Webex: www.bit.ly/3dLCRNd


25 November, 12.00 – 14.00

Rebel Governance and Covid-19: Public health in Myanmar’s non-state borderlands

David Brenner (University of Sussex)

Webex: www.bit.ly/3dLCRNd


30 November, 12.00 – 14.00

Peacebuilding: who needs a model?

Élise Féron (Tampere University)

Webex: www.bit.ly/3dLCRNd

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