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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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DRC

DRC Workshop – 27 January – 3 February 2022 – Humanitarian aid and its impact in armed conflicts

Between January 27th and February 3rd, the DRC team conducted a research mission in the city of Bukavu via Goma, in the east of the country – a region still affected by armed conflicts. Initially, interviews with women in the Panzi Hospital who had been victims of sexual violences were…

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2022 ESIL Research Forum – Congratulations to Sofie and Ansgar!

Congratulations to Ansgar and Sofie from the Berlin Team! Their abstract on ‘Humanitarian exemptions: An illusive progress in safeguarding humanitarian assistance in the international counterterrorism architecture?’ was accepted for the 2022 ESIL Research Forum. The forum is set to happen on March 31st– April 1st 2022 at the University of Glasgow. Due to…

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Colombia

Panel: “An Overview of International Cooperation in Territorially Focused Development Programmes (PDET) in Colombia”

We are pleased to invite you to an online panel on “An Overview of International Cooperation in Territorially Focused Development Programmes (PDET) in Colombia”, organised by the Colombian team of the Endless Conflicts project. Panellists Dr. Giedre Jokubauskaite (University of Glasgow) Andrés Rodríguez Morales (Universidad del Rosario) Dr.

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Edited Collection

Internal Project Workshop – October 14th 2021

On October 14th, our German partners hosted an internal meeting for the entirety of the Endless Conflicts team. This allowed us to listen to everyone’s contributions to the project so far, as well as plan our future events.   We were delighted to listen to Sofie-Marie Terrey and Ansgar Münichsdorfer introduce their preliminary findings about…

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DRC

DRC Project Workshop – 26th/27th/28th August 2021

Recordings for this event are available below: Naomie Mvumbi Maguy Kiala All recordings for our events are available here. On August 26th-28th, our partners in the DRC hosted an in-person workshop on the UCC Mont-Ngafula campus in Kinshasa. The workshop featured representants of public institutions, humanitarian…

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Events

Panel: “Protracted Conflicts, War Economies, and Sustainable Development: Is International Law the Problem or the Solution?”

We are pleased to invite you to an online panel on “Protracted Conflicts, War Economies, and Sustainable Development: Is International Law the Problem or the Solution?”. Panellists Dr. Orly Stern (Blavatnik School of Government, University of Oxford) Emanuela-Chiara Gillard (University of Oxford, Institute for Ethics, Law and Armed Conflicts)…

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News

Internal Project Workshop – June 3rd 2021

On June 3rd, our German partners hosted an internal meeting for the entirety of the Endless Conflicts team. This allowed us to listen to everyone’s contributions to the project so far, as well as plan our future events.   Our Colombian partners (led by Dr. Johanna del Pilar Cortés-Nieto, Dr. Rafael Tamayo…

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