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Speaker Events - September 20, 2013
Women peace builders—on the ground and across the negotiating table—was the focus of a September 20th IPI event featuring Mary Robinson, Special Envoy of the UN Secretary-General for the Great Lakes region of Africa, where she discussed why women’s voices matter in peace processes and the next steps in implementing the February 24th Peace, Security and Cooperation Framework, also known as the Framework of Hope.
Panel Discussions - September 19, 2013
The complexities surrounding Kenya’s recent proposal to withdraw from the International Criminal Court (ICC)—a decision regretted by most representatives of the Assembly of States Parties to the Rome Statute—was the topic of a recent IPI policy forum on September 19th.
Speaker Events - September 13, 2013
“This is a UN presence on the ground, out front in Somalia in a way that it hasn’t been in a generation,” said Nicholas Kay, Special Representative of the Secretary-General (SRSG) for Somalia, at an IPI event on September 13th, about the UN Assistance Mission in Somalia (UNSOM). The mission replaced the long-standing UN Political Office in Somalia (UNPOS) in June 2013.
Panel Discussions - July 02, 2013
In a new volume which challenges traditional peacebuilding frameworks in Africa, seventeen chapter authors of the book Peacebuilding, Power, and Politics in Africa, examine the tensions in the interaction between local and global actors engaged in building peace on the continent. The book, a joint collaboration between Cambridge University and the Centre for Conflict Resolution in South Africa, was introduced at the International Peace Institute on July 2, 2013 by co-editor Dr. Devon Curtis.
Panel Discussions - June 26, 2013
A discussion held at the International Peace Institute on June 26th affirmed that recurring drivers of conflict in Africa can be addressed by quality leadership, accountable governance, strong institutions, and a healthy relationship between the state and the citizens.
Panel Discussions - June 20, 2013
Poaching is becoming a development, gender, health, and security issue, and needs holistic approaches to end the demand for wildlife products and communities’ dependence on poaching. This was the key message that emerged from a policy forum organized by the International Peace Institute and the Permanent Mission of Germany to the United Nations on June 20, 2013.
Panel Discussions - June 06, 2013
Speaker Events - May 10, 2013
In his briefing to the Security Council the day before appearing at IPI on May 10th, José Ramos-Horta, Special Representative to the Secretary-General on Guinea-Bissau, told the Council that the beleaguered country “exists in name only.”
Panel Discussions - March 22, 2013
The impact of the current crisis in the Sahel-Sahara region has wider regional implications for the Maghreb and Gulf of Guinea. Security and development solutions must be sought across all three regions if sustainable peace and stability is to be achieved.
Panel Discussions - March 18, 2013
Two weeks after Kenyans took to the polls to elect their new president on March 4th, 2013, IPI hosted a policy forum that assessed the outcome of the elections in Kenya. Panelists considered the mechanisms of the electoral process, the 2010 Kenyan constitution, and the implications of the International Criminal Court (ICC) indictment of Uhuru Kenyatta, who won the majority vote.
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