Somalia: Challenges and Opportunities
Ambassador Mahiga, Special Representative of the United Nations Secretary General and head of the UN Political Office for Somalia, spoke at SIPA on September 20th. In a candid, yet optimistic, address he shared with the audience his views on the challenges and opportunities faced by Somalia today. To read more, click here.
International Conflict Resolution Student Retreat 2011
CICR’s annual student retreat took place this year in the beautiful hills of the Catskills with three high-level guests and a variety of activities. The retreat featured the participation of CICR Director Jean-Marie Guéhenno and three experts in the field of peacekeeping and conflict resolution. To read more, click here.
After the Vote: Challenges and Opportunities for a Two-State Sudan
The Center for International Conflict Resolution and the Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting was pleased to host Rebecca Hamilton, author of Fighting for Darfur and Special Correspondent on Sudan for The Washington Post to speak on the topic, “After the Vote: Challenges and Opportunities for a Two-State Sudan”.
The Evolution of Conflict and its Implications for Peacemaking, Experts Retreat
The Center for International Conflict Resolution (CICR) was pleased to host the 2011 Experts Retreat: The evolution of conflict and its implications for peacemaking. Representatives of states, multilateral organizations, and international and civil society organizations together with academics from around the world were present to discuss how the field of conflict resolution can respond to the new and emerging challenges of conflict. To read more, click here.
“The Kosovo Success Story: From Conflict to Independence” with the Ambassador of Kosovo to the United States
The Center for International Conflict Resolution (CICR) in partnership with the Harriman Institute was pleased to invite . Avni Spahiu, the Ambassador of the Republic of Kosovo to the United States, to talk about the process of post-conflict development and independence of Kosovo.