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EVENT: “International Aid and the Two Sudans”

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ST ANTONY’S COLLEGE

62 Woodstock Road, Oxford OX2 6JF, UK

The Sudanese Programme

In Collaboration with the Oxford Network for Peace Studies (OxPeace)

Workshop

“International Aid and the Two Sudans”

Chair: Dr Richard Barltrop

The Nissan Lecture Theatre

Wednesday 6th February 2013 - 2.00 - 6.00 pm

Programme

Session 1: Presentations followed by discussion

  • Dr James Morton (Consultant and author) “Managing Post-Conflict Aid: How not to Make Unity Attractive in South Sudan and Darfur”
  • Ms. Wendy Fenton (Overseas Development Institute) “International Engagement in Fragile States: Learning from South Sudan”
  • Mr. Peter Dixon (Chief Executive, Concordis International) “International Support of Peacebuilding in Sudan and South Sudan”

4.00 - 4.30 Tea (Hilda Besse Building)

Session 2: Presentations followed by discussion

  • Ms. Hagar Taha (Ph.D. student, School of Oriental and African Studies) “Providing Aid or Complicating Conflict? Impact of International Organisations on Local Initiatives of Conflict Resolution in Darfur”
  • Mr. Brendan Bromwich (UN Environment Programme, Sudan) “Environmental Governance as Part of Local Peacebuilding: A Preview of UNEP Sudan’s New Report”

ALL WELCOME

Please note: If you wish to have lunch at the College Dinning Hall, you have to pay by a CREDIT or DEBIT cards. The College does not accept payment by cash or by cheque.

In case of queries, please contact:

Dr Ahmed Al-Shahi
Research Fellow,
Sudanese Programme, St Antony’s College, Oxford. OX2 6JF, U.K.

ahmed.al-shahi@sant.ox.ac.uk

http://www.sant.ox.ac.uk/mec/sudanese.shtml

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