Politics and International Relations

2017 John Burton Annual Lecture - Mr Quintin Oliver

21 March 2017

The Conflict Analysis Research Centre would like to invite you to the 2017 John Burton Annual Lecture. They are delighted to welcome Quintin Oliver, a conflict resolution specialist, who has over four decades of experience from the voluntary, statutory and private sectors, working at all levels of government. Quintin will be presenting ‘How to win and lose referendums: lessons from Northern Ireland, Cyprus and Colombia’.

The talk will take place on Thursday 23 March in Eliot Lecture Theatre 2 at 17:30. All are welcome to attend, no booking necessary.

Further details can be found on the event page, we look forward to seeing you there!

School of Politics and International Relations
Conflict Analysis Research Centre welcomes:
‘How to win and lose referendums: lessons from Northern Ireland, Cyprus and Colombia’

Quintin Oliver

Please join the CARC for the 2017 John Burton Annual Lecture. We are fortunate to have Quintin Oliver, a conflict resolution specialist with four decades of experience from the voluntary, statutory and private sectors, working at all levels of government. In 1998 he led the non-party 'Yes' Campaign in support of the referendum in Northern Ireland on the 1998 Good Friday/Belfast Agreement. This led to work in Israel and Palestine, South Africa, Cyprus (2004 and 2017 Referendums), Colombia (Civil society development and design of the 2016 Referendum), the Balkans, Sri Lanka, the Philippines and Iraq. In 1998 he founded Stratagem, Northern Ireland's foremost public affairs consultancy, which he still leads.

This is a free event and booking is not required. All are welcome to attend and we look forward to seeing you there!

Thursday 23rd March 2017 at 17:30
Eliot Lecture Theatre 2

All welcome to attend  

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