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Tuesday, 16 April 2013

The future of civilan conflict management after Afghanistan

On Tuesday, 16 April 2013, at 6:00 hrs p.m., BICC (Bonn International Center for Conversion) cordially invites to the panel discussion “The future of civilian conflict management after Afghanistan” (in German).

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Particularly in the context of the impending withdrawal of the military from Afghanistan, civilian alternatives yet again are becoming highly relevant to the current situation. But where should civilian conflict management start? How can it be made more ‘customer friendly’? What is the relationship between civilian peace service and development cooperation? Who are the main actors for conflict settlement in Afghanistan? How do Afghan men and women solve the conflicts in their everyday life? And—which political conclusions should Germany draw from the Afghanistan mission?

Participants in the panel discussion, which BICC organized on the occasion of the book publication „Zivile Konfliktbearbeitung – Vom Anspruch zur Wirklichkeit“ (Civilian conflict management—from theory to practice) by Andreas Heinemann-Grüder and Isabella Bauer (editors) are:

     
  • Isabella Bauer, Lecturer at the Academy for Conflict Transformation and Consultant in civilian conflict management,
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  • Cornelia Brinkmann, Director ‘Steps for Peace, Institute for Peacebuilding gGmbH,
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  • Andreas Heinemann-Grüder, Privatdozent at Bonn University
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  • Winfried Nachtwei, former Member of Parliament and Speaker for security and disarmament politics of Bündnis 90/Die Grünen
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  • Conrad Schetter, Director for Research, BICC

Moderator: Susanne Heinke

Invitation (pdf)