Dr. Witold Mucha, researcher at the Heinrich-Heine-University in Düsseldorf and initiator of the cross-site teaching project, gives an introduction to the major concepts and issues of international conflict resolution as they are discussed in the academic debate.
Who are the major actors and what peace agreements have been discussed in the past? The student taskforce explains the specific role of mediators such as Cuba and Norway in the run-up to the signing of the peace agreement in 2016.
Speaker: Chin Fu Yung, Liv Schürmann, Paul-Louis Peugniez, Melissa Olarte Uribe
Date: 05.05.2021Length: 20:49 min.
Category: Mediation Process, South-America
The digital output about the conflict in Sierra Leone looks at civil war between 1991 and 2002, the negotiated peace agreements and the post-conflict challenges today. The students focus on the four phases of reconciliation and the special court for Sierra Leone addressing human rights abuses and serious crimes during conflict.
Speaker: Hermann Ahrens, Alina Balamirzoeva, Alessandro Di Sano, Matthias Moh...
The digital output gives an overview of the civil war in Burundi between 1993 and 2005. The students introduce the Arusha Agreement and elaborate on the challenges the adversaries as well as mediators faced during that process. Based on an outlook on the postconflict situation today, the taskforce discusses to what extent the peace process can be considered a success.
Speaker: Theresa Luedtke, Stephany M...
What is the conflict in Northern Ireland all about? What have been the main causes and what have been the possible solutions for the conflict? Considering the much-heralded Good Friday Agreement in 1998, the students discuss the implications for conflict resolution in general. How is peace and stability possible against the backdrop of sectarianism in everyday lives?
Speaker: Sophie Würdemann, Lukas Moo...