Author : PSRP Category : knowledge-exchange, policy-event
Tags : Carnegie Constitutions Peace Agreements Peace Processes UN
This week PSRP Programme Director Professor Christine Bell participated in two discussions on Sequencing Peace Agreements & Constitutions in Political Settlements co-organised by the International Institute for Democracy and Electoral Assistance.
On February 21st, Professor Bell spoke about how peace agreements, interim arrangements and constitutions shape political settlements in situations of violent conflict at an interactive discussion at the United Nations Headquarters in New York City hosted by he Permanent Mission of Peru to the UN. The discussion attracted great attention with about 35 Missions and just under 100 in attendance.
On February 22nd, Professor Bell participated in a Carnegie Endowment for International Peace think tank event chaired by Thomas Carothers senior vice president for studies at the Carnegie and attended by policy makers and academics alike.