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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

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 and development cooperation experts, and scientists. The theme of the event was: ‘Articulating humanitarian aid with development cooperation in a context of post-conflict…

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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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Events

Roundtable: “Socio-economic and environmental foundations for peace: What role for international law?”

We are pleased to invite you to an online roundtable discussion on “Socio-economic and environmental foundations for peace: What role for international law?”. Panellists: Carl Bruch (Environmental Law Institute) Amanda Cahill-Ripley (University of Liverpool) Brian Lander (World Food Programme) The discussion will be moderated by Asli Ozcelik Olcay (University of…

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News

April-June Endless Conflicts Events

The poster below serves as a list of the events organised by the Endless Conflicts team this term (April-June 2021). For more information, please consult our News and Events page. The Glasginburgh post, with details about registration, can be found here.

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Events

A Roundtable: “Humanitarian-Development-Peace Divide and International Law”

We are pleased to invite you to a roundtable discussion on “Humanitarian-Development-Peace Divide and International Law”. Panellists: Cordula Droege (ICRC)  Vikram Raghavan (World Bank)  Romano Lasker (UNDP)  The discussion will be moderated by Heike Krieger (FU Berlin). Our esteemed speakers will explore how greater convergence and complementarity between humanitarian, development, and peace objectives…

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Events

Panel: Humanitarian-Development-Peace Nexus and Distribution

We are delighted to invite you to an online panel “Humanitarian-Development-Peace Nexus and Distribution”. Speakers: Aakriti Malhotra (Jindal Global Law School, India), “Humanitarian Aid or Manitarian Aid?”Eliana Cusato (Amsterdam Centre for International Law (UvA)), “Global Extractivism and the Politics of Conflict Mineral Regulation”Daniëlla Dam-de Jong (Grotius Centre for International Legal Studies) “International law…

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DRC

Our partnership with the DRC is official

We are delighted to announce that our partnership with the DRC’s IPCM (Institut Panafricain Cardinal Martino) is finalised. We now have six more team members (including an international consultant) – full descriptions of their contributions to the project are available on our Teams page. …

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