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CIC Winnipeg: Building and Keeping the Peace: An Interdisciplinary Dialogue
March 1 @ 1:00 pm - 9:00 pm EST
A full event summary is available here https://thecic.org/building-and-keeping-the-peace-an-interdisciplinary-dialogue/.
Peacekeeping and peacebuilding have never been more important, or more central to global governance. Although peacekeeping in the past meant monitoring and maintaining peace between two consenting parties, peacekeeping in the 21stCentury often takes place in settings where the existence of peace is more aspiration than reality. Is the ‘classic model’ of peacekeeping still relevant in the 21st Century? Can peacebuilding work across cultures? What are the gender implications of peacebuilding and peacekeeping? What role does Canada play in 21st Century peacekeeping? These are some of the questions that will be discussed by the speakers during the conference.
Alexandra Novosseloff will be the Keynote speaker for this conference. Other confirmed speakers include:
– Kristine St-Pierre
– Daniel Mach, “I was a child soldier”
– Obasesam Okoi (PhD candidate, Peace and Conflict Studies, University of Manitoba)
– Namakula Evelyn B. Mayanja (PhD candidate, Peace and Conflict Studies, University of Manitoba)
– Dr Timothy Donais (Wilfrid Laurier University)
– Dr Ahmed Kawser (Junior Research Affiliate, TSAS Canada)
– Daria Goncharova, (Masters candidate, Political Studies, University of Manitoba)
– Dr Jane Boulden (Royal Military College of Canada)
– Sarah Jane Meharg (Peace and Conflict Planners, Ottawa)
Alexandra Novosseloff joined the International Peace Institute in new York as a Senior Visiting Fellow in July 2017. She works on UN peacekeeping and Security Council related issues with IPI’s Brian Urquhart Center for Peace Operations. Alexandra Novosseloff holds a PhD in political science from the University of Paris-Panthéon-Assas (Paris 2). Alexandra is also a non-resident fellow at the New York University Center on International Cooperation, research associate at the Centre Thucydide in Paris, and a senior expert at the Peace and Security Section of the Global Governance Institute in Brussels. She is a member of the Francophone Research Network on Peace Operations of the University of Montreal (Canada). She is also a photographer with interest in post-conflict areas. Her website is alexandranovosseloff.com / twitter: @DeSachenka
1300: President’s Welcome
1315: Introductory Speaker [Daniel – “I was a child soldier”]
1400: Panel One – Cultural Challenges to Peacekeeping [Moderator: Shannon Sampert, University of Winnipeg]
1600: Panel Two – The 21st century peacekeeping environment [Moderator: Mark Sedra, President, Canadian International Council]
1800: Panel Three – Canada’s role in 21st Century peacekeeping [Moderator: Dr Mamadou Ka, Universite de Saint-Boniface]
2000: Keynote – Alexandra Novosseloff [International Peace Institute, New York]
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