Published: 20th May 2021
Event date: 02/06/2021
Event start time: 3:00 pm
Event end time: 4:15 pm
We are pleased to invite you to an online roundtable discussion on “Socio-economic and environmental foundations for peace: What role for international law?”.
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 Glasgow).
Our esteemed speakers will explore how the environment, natural resources, food security, and the protection of economic, social, and cultural rights can be approached during and in the aftermath of armed conflicts to lay the foundations for sustainable peace and development. The moderated panel discussion will be followed by a Q&A session.
To register, please visit the Eventbrite page. For more information on the event and the panellists, please visit the corresponding GCILS page.
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