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20 Years of Peace in Northern Ireland
March 28, 2018 @ 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm EDT
Canadian International Council (CIC) Hamilton Branch is delighted to invite you to attend a talk titled, “Twenty Years of Peace in Northern Ireland” by Branka Marijan. This year we mark the 20th anniversary of the Good Friday Peace Agreement. While the Agreement has contributed to building a more peaceful society much remains to be done. This talk will reflect on some opportunities and challenges for peace building in Northern Ireland. In addition, a discussion of implications of Brexit for the GFA and Northern Ireland will be examined.
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Branka Marijan is a Program Officer at Project Ploughshares. Project Ploughshares is a Waterloo-based non-governmental organization that works on international security issues and disarmament. At Ploughshares, Branka is leading research on the implications of emerging military and security technologies. Branka holds a PhD from the Balsillie School of International Affairs. Her doctoral thesis focused on peace-building in Bosnia and Northern Ireland. She did field work in Northern Ireland spending several months in Belfast. Branka attended McMaster University for both her MA in Globalization Studies and BA in Peace and Conflict and German. She also did a semester abroad at the University of Geneva, Switzerland. Branka was born in Livno, Bosnia-Herzegovina and has lived in Hamilton since 1997.
1280 Main St. W., Hamilton Ontario.
Degroote Learning Centre, Room DSB-A 102 in the School for Business on the McMaster University Campus.