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Call for Abstracts for BISA PGN conference - taking place at the University of South Wales on 26 May 2016

Ralph & Souter publish on 'special responsibility to protect' in IA and refugee crisis.

"R2P 10 years On" Ralph participates in conference in Phnom Penh, Cambodia, with Asia-Pacific Centre for R2P.

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On June 22nd - 23rd some twenty academics and practitioners from Africa, Europe and North America gathered at the University of Westminster for a two day conference to discuss African perspectives on RtoP and the ICC as well as reflect on RtoP at ten, ahead of the anniversary of the 2005 UN World Summit.

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Call For Abstracts – Responsibility to Protect Panels – BISA PGN Conference 2016

We invite proposals for presentations from researchers (in any year of their PhD) working on the Responsibility to Protect and in other closely related areas for two panels we propose to convene at the BISA Postgraduate Network Conference taking place at the University of South Wales on 26 May 2016.

Russia, India and the Responsibility to Protect

Next seminar of Responsibility to Protect and Prosecute to be held at University of Manchester, Friday November 6th. Registration closes October 23rd . Limited travel bursaries available for UK based PhD students.

R2P Student Coalition. Introductory Workshop

The R2P Student Coalition at Leeds would like to invite you to an introductory workshop on the Responsibility to Protect. This student-led event is a great opportunity for anyone interested in the R2P ...

EUROPE’S REFUGEE CRISIS: Migrating or Fleeing?

Preventing the Kinds of Conflicts that are Hardest to Resolve and Most Costly in Lives

Professor Edward Newman's background paper - co-authored with Eamon Aloyo - explores the political challenges of conflict and atrocity prevention. The key message is that conflict prevention efforts must give greater attention to the underlying driving forces of violence.
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