The IDS Conflict, Violence and Development seminar series focuses on mass violent conflicts as well as every day forms of insecurity, looking at their relationship with poverty and development. It provides a forum to discuss the Institute’s work in this area, as well as some exciting work on these subjects from outside the Institute.
Notable past speakers
Charles Crawford, Former Senior Diplomat, Foreign and Commonwealth Office (HM Ambassador to Bosnia, Serbia and Poland), presenting on “Bosnia/Serbia/Kosovo: Where Statehood Meets Uncertainty”.
Carolyn Hayman OBE, CEO of Peace Direct, presenting on “Local First in Peacebuilding”.
Stathis Kalyvas, Professor of Political Science and Director of the Program on Order, Conflict, and Violence at Yale University, presenting on “Civil Wars Through History: 1810-2010”.
Clemens Hoffmann, International Relations Research Fellow at the University of Sussex, presenting on “Divided Waters – Troubled Waters: Climate Change, Development and Hydropolitics in Sudan’s North/South Conflict”.
For information please contact Deborah West at firstname.lastname@example.org or on +44 (0)1273 915688.