|3 Nov 2009||12:30pm - 6:30pm||McDonald Institute of Archaeology|
This workshop will consider the issue of international intervention in end-of-conflict situations, addressing key questions such as: When, how, and under what circumstances should the international community intervene during the termination of a conflict? What kinds of interventions are appropriate to ensure jos post bellum? What are the priorities of an immediate post-conflict situation? What are the boundaries between peace-keeping and peace-building operations? When does reconstruction begin and what should be reconstructed?
Further information about the programme for the day can be found by clicking on the link on the right hand side of the page.
Places are extremely limited. Registration enquiries should be directed to Naoise MacSweeney.
This workshop is part of the series of events by the Cambridge Post-Conflict and Post-Crisis (PCPC) Group.