Author Archives: Héloïse Guichardaz Archive

Events

A post-workshop reflection on the issues of the triple nexus

On 24 June 2022, the Endless Conflict Team held an internal, invite-only workshop organised by the Glasgow team, with an aim to discuss and consolidate the ongoing policy-oriented research on the humanitarian-development-peace nexus (triple nexus). The team benefited greatly from this exchange, as the invited academics and practitioners helped to…

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Internal Project Workshop: A scoping workshop on the Triple Nexus

Bridging humanitarian-development-peace (HDP) divide through international law This workshop, organised by the Glasgow team, will aim to create space for an informal discussion amongst the Endless Conflicts project researchers and a few invited academics and practitioners. This will allow the Endless Conflicts teams to shape up the three policy-oriented reports…

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News

The Peace Treaty Initiative: Can international law facilitate peace negotiations?

Should there be an international treaty that facilitates the negotiated settlement of non-international armed conflicts? This question was what a group of legal experts discussed on 16 May 2022 during a knowledge exchange workshop in the beautiful Turnbull Room at the University of Glasgow. The basis of the discussion was the…

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DRC

Presentation – Pascal SUNDI MBAMBI – June 22nd

Our DRC team member, Pascal SUNDI MBAMBI, will present his research as part of the Work in Progress seminar series organised by the University of Glasgow. The event will take place on Wednesday, 22nd June, at 12 noon UK time. The title of his presentation is the following: Can the…

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Colombia

Presentation – Johanna Del Pilar Cortés-Nieto – June 8th

Our Colombian team member, Johanna Del Pilar Cortés-Nieto, will present her research as part of the Work in Progress seminar series organised by the University of Glasgow. The event will take place on Wednesday, 8th June, at 12 noon UK time. The title of her presentation is the following:…

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Events

Authors’ Workshop in Berlin (June 30th-July 1st)

From Protracted Conflict to Sustainable Peace?The Humanitarian-Development-Peace Nexus and International Law The Endless Conflicts team is delighted to announce our authors’ workshop, taking place in Berlin on June 30th and July 1st. This will be an opportunity for the authors of our edited collection to meet each other, interact and…

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Launch Event – Mediation and Development Related Conflict Report

A launch of a report on Mediation and development related conflict Authors: Giedre Jokubauskaite (University of Glasgow) & Catherine Turner (Durham University) Certain development projects, especially those concerning the use of natural resources and land, come with a high risk of causing social tensions or exacerbating armed conflict. This event will…

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Events

Workshop on the Peace Treaty Initiative – May 16th 2022

On 16 May, the Glasgow Centre for International Law and Security will host an invitation-only workshop on the Peace Treaty Initiative. The Peace Treaty Initiative is a major new undertaking to facilitate the prospect of a purpose-built multilateral treaty designed to incentivise warring parties to choose the pathway of…

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News

ESIL Research Forum 2022 – Sofie and Ansgar present on Humanitarian Exemption Clause – A Recap

‘Protracted Conflicts need a shift to local actors but humanitarian exemption clauses are a move in the opposite direction’ – Ansgar Münichsdorfer (31.03.2022) On 31 March and 1 April 2022, the University of Glasgow hosted the ESIL Research Forum 2022. The forum featured a keynote speech by Prof. Diane Marie…

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Mediation and Development-related Conflict – a report by Giedre Jokubauskaite and Catherine Turner

This report constitutes our first Endless Conflicts report on Mediation in Development Finance, and was published by the International Institute for Environment and Development (IIED). Abstract Practice shows that certain development interventions, especially those concerning the use of natural resources and land, come with a high risk of causing social…

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