Event: ‘Global Fragmentation and Peacemaking: Lessons from Non-Western Powers and their Conflict Management’
Date: Tuesday 7th June 2022
Time: 16:00 – 17:30
Venue: MacClaren Stuart Room, Old College, The University of Edinburgh, South Bridge, Edinburgh,EH8 9YL
Organisers: Scottish Council of Global Affairs (SCGA) and the PeaceRep consortium
Hosted by the Scottish Council of Global Affairs (SCGA) and the PeaceRep consortium, this panel will present findings of a multi-partner project on global fragmentations of peace approaches, funded by the Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office (FCDO).
The Global Transitions project – spearheaded by Edinburgh and St Andrews universities, both partners in SCGA – is exploring motivations and approaches of non-Western interveners and how their approaches ‘land’ on the ground in select countries. A growing selection of findings from the project is published under a new series Global Transitions.
The event will feature regional and thematic experts working on the Global Transitions project. They will share key findings and policy recommendations from their ongoing work, with plenty of opportunity for discussion and questions.
This panel event will be followed by a drinks reception.