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Panel Discussions - October 09, 2012
Recent events in Libya and beyond show that policies put in place prior to crises and interagency coordination during crises are crucial to ensuring the protection of migrants in such extreme situations. This was the main takeaway from a roundtable seminar convened by the International Peace Institute and the International Organization for Migration (IOM) on Tuesday, October 9th.
Panel Discussions - October 02, 2012
On October 2nd, IPI, in partnership with the UN missions of Burundi and Switzerland, held a roundtable discussion on Burundi's strategy for poverty reduction and peacebuilding—a meeting anticipating a forum of development partners in Geneva on October 29-30th, 2012.
Speaker Events - October 01, 2012
“I know the title of today’s presentation is ‘A Deepening Crisis,’ and in many ways that is true, but on the acute side, we actually have some good news,” said David Gressly, the Regional Humanitarian Coordinator for the Sahel, at an IPI event on October 1, 2012.
Panel Discussions - September 27, 2012
“How do we manage the inclusion of people who are normally not a part of politics?” asked Espen Barth Eide, Norwegian Minister of Foreign Affairs. Mr. Eide posed the question to five panelists on September 27, 2012 at an IPI event entitled “States in Transition: Ensuring Equal Rights and Participation for All.”
Panel Discussions - September 26, 2012
“What is happening is that networks are challenging hierarchies everywhere in a number of different ways,” said Foreign Minister Carl Bildt of Sweden. “This is essentially a good thing because it empowers individuals, nations, and others. But of course it unsettles some of the hierarchies that are then fighting back.”
Conferences - September 24, 2012
Panel Discussions - September 21, 2012
On September 18th, IPI’s Vienna Office organized a roundtable discussion on lessons learned from confidence-building measures (CBMs), particularly within the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE).
Panel Discussions - September 17, 2012
On September 19, 2012, the UN Security Council called on member states to bring armed actors who are violating children’s rights to justice. This call to end impunity was one of the key conclusions of a roundtable discussion held at the International Peace Institute and co-organized with Watchlist on Children and Armed Conflict on September 17th,
Panel Discussions - September 14, 2012
“Renowned 21st century poet Muhammad Iqbal of Lahore used the term ‘heart of Asia’ to denote the strategic location of Afghanistan at the center of the Asian continent. This term has been the inspiration behind the Istanbul Process,” said Ambassador Ertuğrul Apakan, the Permanent Representative of Turkey to the United Nations.
Speaker Events - September 13, 2012
"I believe that there is a lot of ambiguity and a lot of facts that are being sidelined and hidden, and are presented to you in an incomplete way," said acclaimed Syrian writer Samar Yazbek, talking about the Syrian conflict during an IPI Arab Intellectuals Series event on September 13, 2012. "In Syria, the cultural scene has been blacked out.
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