Politics and International Relations

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Nov 15
18:00 - 20:00
John Burton Lecture
The title of Marie-Joelle's lecture is 'The (in)efficiency of mediation in contemporary conflicts: A question of design?'|'The (in)efficiency of mediation in contemporary conflicts: A question of design?'|John Burton Lecture
Speaker: Professor Marie-Joelle Zahar

This year's John Burton Lecture will take place on Thursday 15th November 2018 at 6pm. Our speaker is Professor Marie-Joelle Zahar, Department of Political Science, University of Montreal. Marie-Joelle will be well known to many of you and has written widely on the dynamics of political violence, mediation and institution building after violence across a range of cases, including Lebanon and the Balkans. In the spirit of John Burton, Marie-Joelle has crossed over between academia and practitioner activity in peacebuilding efforts and from 2013-2015 served as Senior Expert on Power Sharing on the Standby Team of Mediation Experts at the UN Department of Political Affairs.The title of Marie-Joelle's lecture is 'The (in)efficiency of mediation in contemporary conflicts: A question of design?' Venue is Grimond Lecture Theatre 2 (GLT2); Time 6-8pm followed by a drinks reception in the Aphra Foyer.The lecture will be live streamed and can be watched by University staff and students (you must have a University IT account to be able to watch this lecture live) - https://player.kent.ac.uk/Pano...

Location

GLT2,
Grimond Building,
University of Kent,
Canterbury,
Kent,
CT2 7NZ
United Kingdom
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Details

Open to All - University staff, students and the general public. No booking necessary. Arrive early as space is limited to approx 140 seats,

Contact: Rob Chapman
E: R.D.Chapman@kent.ac.uk
T: 01227 827523
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