THE SARAJEVO SYMPOSIUM
15 - 29 JULY 2017
SARAJEVO SCHOOL OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
(Hrasnička cesta 3A, Ilidža, Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina)
We are proud to announce that the University Sarajevo School of Science and Technology in partnership with the International Peace & Security Institute (IPSI) is organizing the inaugural Sarajevo Symposium that will take place at SSST on July 15-29, 2017.
The Sarajevo Symposium will engage participants in contemporary theory and practice of post-conflict political transitions using current case studies (Colombia, Iraq/Syria, and others) to reflect on the successes and failures of the former Yugoslavia with the actual decision-makers. Experts in the field will try to deliver a deep understanding of post-conflict strategies, including security, justice, political, and social mechanisms.
Train. Transition. Transform. - What does it stand for?
Train with experts to gain a deep understanding of post-conflict strategies, including security, justice, political, and social mechanisms. Learn which approaches have been successful, which failed, and which are beyond the reach of policy. In gaining a cross-sectoral perspective on post-conflict transitions, you will be able to transform conflicts around the world over the course of your career.
The participants will have the opportunity to learn directly from the most accomplished academics and practitioners in the field through their personal on-the-ground experience.some of the prominent lecturers at the Symposium are:
Dr. Ejup Ganić, Former President, Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina; Chancellor and Rector of SSST
Audra Dykman, International Transition & Conflict Consultant; USAID Office of Transition Initiatives
Amb. Jacques Paul Klein, Former UN Special Representative, United Nations Mission in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Former UN SRSG, Liberia
Prof.Dr. Ivo Josipović, President of Croatia 2010-2015
Hind Kabawat, Member of the High Negotiations Committee at the Syrian Peace Talks and University Professor
Kemal Pervanic Executive, Director Bridges of Peace, Author and Filmmaker, Death Camp Survivor
William Stuebner, Former Chief of Staff and Senior Deputy for Human Rights, OSCE Mission to Bosnia and Herzegovina
Deborah Kimble, Director of Governance and Community Resilience, Creative Associates International
For more information and how to apply, please see: http://www.ipsinstitute.org/sy…/the-sarajevo-symposium-2017/