Round-table Conflict Prevention and Peacebuilding in Post-Crisis Situations: Capitalization of European Union Interventions
Date: Saturday, July 22, 2017
Venue: Conference Room of the Rectorate of the University of Legal and Political Sciences (USJPB)
The overall objective of this round table was to share with relevant stakeholders the results of the research and the policy note on EU interventions in Mali in conflict prevention and peacebuilding. And to collect their comments and recommendations on these interventions.
Concretely, the objectives were to:
- Present the interim report on research on EU interventions in Mali for conflict prevention in the framework of the WOSCAP Project and the draft policy brief;
- Analyze the draft policy brief;
- Provide inputs to improve the policy brief's report and draft taking into account the national and regional context;
- To validate the two documents by the participating actors.
The event was followed by local media, see below links for the reports:
Album photos: http://news.abamako.com/photos/album.asp?id=53493
Georg Frerks on peacebuilding of the EU in the case of Sri Lanka.
Gert Kampman on the on-the-ground cooperation between the EU partners in the Occupied Palestinian Territory
Ben Moore on the contribution of civil society for EU peacebuilding & conflict prevention
Reflections on the project "Whole of Society Conflict Prevention and Peacebuilding"
Ben Moore on the role of civil society in improving EU peacebuilding worldwide
A Reflection on WOSCAP in Mali
USJPB reflects on the Mali Peace Agreement (Moussa Djire)
Reflections on the EU's SSR, Multi-track diplomacy & military training interventions in Mali