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13 May 2019
Conflict and Fragility

Syria After Civil War #3: Regional Militancy and Political Order

This lunch discussion, with Hans Wurzer, Marina Calculli, Fréderieke Geerdink and Erwin van Veen, is part of our Series of lunch discussions on Syria after Civil War.
the Hague
26 Mar 2019
Conflict and Fragility

Syria after Civil War #2: The geopolitics of Conflict

This lunch discussion, with Monika Sie Dhian Ho, Rena Netjes, and Erwin van Veen, is part of our Series of lunch discussions on Syria after Civil War.
The Hague
8 Nov 2018
Conflict and Fragility

Israel and Palestine: The state of the two-state solution

Public discussion with an independent delegation of former Knesset members and other prominent Israeli/Palestinian figures on the Israeli/Palestinian conflict.
The Hague
10 - 11 Oct 2018
Conflict and Fragility

The curious case of adolescent democracy and protracted violence

Expert meeting on the related occurrence of democracies, elections and protracted violence from the perspective of international peacebuilding.
Ghent & Brussels
20 Jun 2018
Conflict and Fragility

Iraq beyond its 2018 elections: what might be next?

Workshop on the significance of the 2018 Iraqi elections through the prism of regional political competition and deeper conflict issues and drivers behind the elections.
Brussels, Belgium
6 Feb 2018
Conflict and Fragility

Syria under Assad: Challenges for European policy

Public panel discussion on the key challenges for European policy in Syria.
The Hague
21 Nov 2017
Conflict and Fragility

Iraq beyond 'Mosul': avoiding the next conflict

A public panel discussion about how further conflict in Iraq can be avoided. (This event is fully booked).
The Hague
22 Nov 2016
Conflict and Fragility

To prevent irrelevance: Adaptive security & justice programming

This event series aims to develop a practical work program for donors and international NGOs in order to turn ‘adaptive programming’ into effective and operational interventions that will improve security and justice in conflict-prone environments.
The Hague Institute for Global Justice, Sophialaan 10, The Hague
7 Nov 2016
Conflict and Fragility

Yemen: Drivers of conflict and peace

Workshop co-organised by Chatham House on the underlying domestic, regional and international political economy drivers of conflict in Yemen with in-depth discussion on current developments and future policy options.
the Clingendael Institute, The Hague
4 Oct 2016
Conflict and Fragility

Libya remains in turmoil: implications for international support?

Expert discussion on the current political and security situation in Libya and the implications for international engagement (Knowledge Platform Security & Rule of Law).
The Hague Institute for Global Justice, Sophialaan 10, The Hague (10 - 16:15 hrs
10 May 2016
Conflict and Fragility

'Making better security and justice programming happen'

Why is the change needed for better security/justice programming in fragile societies not happening? One-day interactive brainstorm by the Knowledge Platform Security and Rule of Law in The Hague.
The Hague Institute for Global Justice, Sophialaan 10, The Hague
6 May 2015
Conflict and Fragility

Expert discussion - 'Iraq: How to stabilize a vortex?'

On Wednesday May 6th Clingendael’s Conflict Research Unit (CRU) will co-host a closed door expert meeting with the Knowledge Platform Security & Rule of Law.
The Hague Institute for Global Justice
4 Dec 2014
Conflict and Fragility

All for the few and the few for themselves?

On Thursday 4 December Clingendael’s Conflict Research Unit (CRU) organizes a meeting for the Knowledge Platform Security & Rule of Law. The purpose of the event is to explore how elite interests and coalitions shape the priorities, culture, structure and accountability of security and justice organizations in fragile environments
The Hague Institute for Global Justice
1 Jul 2014
Conflict and Fragility

'Local' conflicts in transnational entanglements

On Tuesday 1 July, Clingendael organizes a full day event under the umbrella of the Knowledge Platform Security & Rule of Law on how peacekeeping can be made more fit-for-purpose in view of the transnational influences on many present-day conflicts.
The Hague Institute for Global Justice, Sophialaan 10, The Hague
20 Sep 2013
Conflict and Fragility

CONTINUITY vs. DISRUPTION: POLITICS AND STATE FORMATION IN YEMEN

This workshop is an opportunity for a focused discussion on the long-term prospects of Yemen’s current political transition with 15-20 experts and policy makers on the basis of years of research by Chatham House’s Yemen Forum and ongoing research by the Clingendael Institute.
Direction: Clingendael 7 2597 VH The Hague *On invitation only