Current Developments, Peace and Stability in the Horn of Africa
The Horn of Africa (HOA) is the most conflict prone region in Africa. It suffers from several inter-related pathologies. They include festering wars, state crisis, environmental degradation, poverty, youth unemployment, migration, exclusion of women and youth, external interventions and democratic deficiency.
The Nordic Africa Institute (NAI) and the Somali International Rehabilitation Centre (SIRC) will host a virtual conference on Current Developments, Peace and Stability in the Horn of Africa. During this a two-day conference, invited participants will discuss current development, peace and stability in the Horn of Africa.
The conference is divided into five plenary sessions on issues relating to the Horn of Africa as well as an opening and closing session. Organised around four themes, we will discuss; border disputes; election related conflicts; ethnic and clan federalism; the Nile and the GERD.
List of Scholars Presenting During the Virtual Conference: Current Developments, Peace and Stability in the Horn of Africa
- Dr. Biyan Ghebreyesus, Department of History, Cultural Heritage and International Studies, University of Cagliari
- Dr. Temesgen Tesfamariam, Senior Researcher Research and Documentation Center, Asmara, Eritrea, Lecturer, Department of History, College of Business and Social Sciences (CBSS) Adi-Keih, Eritrea
- Prof. Salaheldin Abedellrahman Eldoma, Director of the Institute of Strategic Studies and International Relations (Omdurman Islamic University) – Sudan
- Dr. Linnet Hamasi, Department of International Relations Conflict Strategic Studies, Kenyatta University, Kenya
- Prof. Kassahun Berhanu, Professor of Political Science & International relations, Addis Ababa University
- Dr. Mohamed Omar Youssouf, Associate researcher at IEPES (CERD-Djibouti)
- Prof. Yacob Arsano, Associate Professor of Political Science & International Relations, University, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia
- Dr. Faiz Omar Mohammad Jamie, Associate Professor of Political Science. Former Director, Centre for Peace and Development Studies, University of Bahri. Chairholder of UNESCO Chair of Peace in Sudan
- Prof. Abdinur Sheikh Mohamud, Independent Consultant and Researcher
- Ass. Prof. Hodan S. Isse, Assistant Professor of Economics and Finance Emeritus
- Dr. Shukria Dini, Somali Women Centre, Mary's University, Halifax – Nova Scotia; PhD Women's Studies, York University Toronto
- Dr. Belete Belachew Yihun, Foreign Policy Expert, Horn Affairs Analyst, Diplomatic Historian, Researcher, Consultant, Author
- Prof. Asnake Kefale, Associate Professor, Department of Political Science and International Relations, Addis Ababa University
- Prof. Redie Bereketeab, Senior researcher, The Nordic Africa Institute and Associate Professor
- Prof. Ulf Johansson Dahre, Senior Lecturer at Social Anthropology, Lund University and PhD, Docent, University College Stockholm
This event is organized by:
- The Nordic Africa Institute (NAI) (host), Uppsala
- Somali International Rehabilitation Centre (SIRC) External link, opens in new window., Lund
Closed conference, by invitation only.
If you are interested in participating, please submit the below form to inquire about participation.
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