Conflict Studies & Global Governance: The New Generation of Ideas

Bringing together graduate students from a variety of fields to present their work and share ideas. Since 1996, graduate students and recent graduates from universities across the United States, Canada, and numerous other countries have gathered in Boston for this biennial event.

Post Conference Summary

 

Keynote Address

Jerry White, Deputy Assistant Secretary; BUREAU OF CONFLICT AND STABILIZATION OPERATIONS.

 "Preventing Violence in the Name of God"

"Do You Burn For a Change that Would Matter in the World?"

"If you're in conflict and peace resolution and reconciliation you must believe something...."  --Jerry White, Deputy Assistant Secretary

You Tube Clip from Jerry's White's Keynote Talk

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Special Guest Speaker

Susie Kitchens, British Consul General to New England 

"Global Responsibility in Preventing Conflict and Building Stability: The UK Perspective"

 

 

 

Panels (click on each panel for list of papers)

1A Human Rights and Human Security   2A Transitional and Restorative Justice  3A Stakeholder Engagement for Relationship Building 
 
1B Peace Education and Peacebuilding 2B New Security  3B Identities in Conflict 
1C Growth for Development  2C Environmental Governance   3C Norms, Gender and Development 
1D State Building and Democracy 2D Migrations and Refugees 3D Conflict Prevention and Reduction of Violence 
1E Role of Women in Conflict 

2E Protracted Conflict

 

3E Terrorism and Violent Conflict  

 

1A Human Rights and Human Security

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1B Peace Education and Peacebuilding

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1C Growth for Development

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1D State Building and Democracy

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1E Role of Women in Conflict

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2A Transitional and Restorative Justice

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2B New Security

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2C Environmental Governance

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2D Migrations and Refugees

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2E Protracted Conflict

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3A Stakeholder Engagement for Relationship Building

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3B Identities in Conflict

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3C Norms, Gender and Development

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3D Conflict Prevention and Reduction of Violence

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3E Terrorism and Violent Conflict

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