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Drivers of Conflict and Peace: International Conflict Resolution Practicum Presentations

Thursday, October 17, 2013 - 5:00pm - 7:00pm
Columbia University Morningside Campus International Affairs Building, Room 1512

Graduate students of International Conflict Resolution at SIPA present their findings and recommendations from two months of field research in summer 2013 in Cte dIvoire, Jordan, Kosovo, and Peru.


Followed by a wine and cheese reception.


With introductory remarks by:


Jean-Marie Guhenno, Arnold A. Saltzman Professor of Professional Practice; International Conflict Resolution Specialization Director


Marc Jacquand, Senior Strategic Planning Advisor on Syria for the UN Department of Political Affairs; Adjunct Professor for the International Conflict Resolution Practicum




Fading Forests and Forced Evictions: Risks and Challenges in Managing Cte dIvoires Protected Lands, in collaboration with UNOCI


Strengthening Sources of Stability in Jordan: Exploring the Impact of Water Management Initiatives on Communities affected by the Syrian Crisis, in collaboration with USAID and Mercy Corps


Losing the Forest for the Trees: Implications of Illegal Logging in Post-Conflict Kosovo, in collaboration with UNMIK


Social Conflicts in the Extractive Industries of Peru: Moving Towards New Models of Natural Resource Management, in collaboration with UNDP


Sponsored by the Center for International Conflict Resolution at the Arnold A. Saltzman Institute of War and Peace Studies.


Register on Sundial or RSVP to Thomas Gilchrist at tjg2133@columbia.edu.
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