Zaproszenie na konferencję pt.: " Development and Security in Contemporary Conflict Zones. Migration Crisis, Lessons Learned and Future Opportunities 2016"

Termin: 01.12.2016 - 03.12.2016
Miejsce: Jagiellonian Library (1st DEC) / Hotel Sympozjum conference room (2nd and 3rd DEC)
Organizator: International Development Department of University of Birmingham, Institute of Middle and Far East Studies of Jagiellonian University, European Association of Development Research and Training Institutes (EADI) with support of the Projekt Orient Association
Kontakt: Jakub Stępień, jakub.p.stepien@gmail.com

We have a pleasure of inviting You to the international conference organized jointly by the International Development Department of University of Birmingham and the Institute of Middle and Far East Studies of Jagiellonian University with support of the European Association of Development Research and Training Institutes (EADI). The conference will focus on the development–security nexus, development aid, nationbuilding or statebuilding through development assistance in a context of ongoing conflicts in Afghanistan, Iraq and Syria. Additionally, there will be presented reassessment of lessons and experiences of earlier interventions in Iraq and Afghanistan. The first day of the conference is policy oriented with multiple policy speeches and lectures and is fully open to public, press and non-experts. The conference will take place in Krakow, Poland on the 1st – 3rd of December 2016.

The book of abstracts.

 

The conference agenda:

1st DEC, 2016 (Thursday) Jagiellonian Library

09:00 Registration

09:30 Opening - Rector of the Jagiellonian University

09:40 Welcome speech

Director Adam W. JELONEK

Institute of Middle and Far Eastern Studies Jagiellonian University

09:50    International security, failed states' reconstruction and peacebuilding. Why does it matter?

                                Professor Florian KÜHN    

                                Institute for International Politics Helmut Schmidt University Hamburg

                       

11:20       Coffee break         

                       

11:35    The development-security nexus in a perspective of Visegrad region. Experiences and future opportunities

                                Assistant Professor Jakub STĘPIEŃ 

The European Experience of Provincial Reconstruction Teams in Afghanistan research consortium

                                                                           

12:30       Lunch break

                                               

13:50    Policy speech panel I - Hungarian perspective of development aid in a conflict zone.

What and how Hungarian Defence Forces learnt from ISAF's managed development aid and reconstruction teams and what can be used for future operations.

COL Gábor BOLDIZSÁR, PhD - former commander of The Hungarian PRT Baghlan in Afghanistan, Dean of Faculty of Military Science and Officer Training National University of Public Service

15:35    Policy speech panel II and open debate

Hungarian Policy regarding roots of 'migration crisis'. Development aid and cooperation for peace and security - to be confirmed

Honourable representative of the Hungarian Ministry of Foreign Affairs - to be confirmed

               

                                                               

19:30       Banquet

 

2nd DEC, 2016 (Friday) Hotel Sympozjum conference room

 

09:00 - 10:30    

Panel I - THINKING ABOUT PRTs AND RESILIENCE AT THE SECURITY DEVELOPMENT NEXUS

Panel Chair -      Florian KÜHN - Institute for International Politics Helmut Schmidt University Hamburg

                                                               

How to Strengthen Resilience in Fragile States: Taking Stock of the Literature

Benjamin ZYLA - School of International Development & Global Studies University of Ottawa

Mapping the (ontological) space of PRTs in Afghanistan in the security development nexus

                        Jennifer BAECHLER - Rowe School of Business Dalhousie University

Benjamin ZYLA - School of International Development & Global Studies University of Ottawa

Resilience and Practice: What do we do when resilient societies are required?

Florian KÜHN - Institute for International Politics Helmut Schmidt University Hamburg

 

10:30 - 10:45     Coffee break        

 

10:45 - 12:15    

Panel II - DILEMMAS OF DEVELOPMENT AND INTERNATIONAL ACTORS IN A CONFLICT ZONE

Panel Chair -      Paul JACKSON - International Development Department University of Birmingham

                                                               

Why we don’t learn from lessons?

Carme ROURE I PUJOL - Centre for International History Studies University of Barcelona

‘Open Door' versus 'Back Door' Policy. Lessons for Turkey in the scope of terrorism, migration and border security

Zeynep E. ÜNSAL - Department of Political Science and International Relations Istanbul Gelisim University

Ivica SIMONOVSKI - Co-Founder of Cyber Security, Corporate Security and Crisis Management Initiative

UNRWA: Experiences on the security-development nexus in the context of refugee crisis

Oscar MONTERDE MATEO - Centre for International History Studies University of Barcelona

 

12:15 - 13:15     Lunch break       

 

13:15 - 14:25    

Panel III - PERSPECTIVES ON SECURITY AND DEVELOPMENT

Panel Chair -      Jakub STĘPIEŃ - The European Experience of PRTs in Afghanistan research consortium

                                                               

The Theory and Practice of NATO Civil-Military Cooperation: Operational Identity of CIMIC

Agata MAZURKIEWICZ - Institute of Political Science and International Relations Jagiellonian University

The Evolving Security-Development Nexus in Iran. New Trends and Lessons Learned

Abdolrasool DIVSALLAR - Department of Political Science University of Teheran

Political rent and state building: The case of Kurdistan Region of Iraq

Łukasz FYDEREK - Institute of Middle and Far Eastern Studies Jagiellonian University

 

14:25 - 14:40     Coffee break        

 

14:40 - 16:10    

Panel IV - DEVELOPMENT ACTIONS AS A GAME CHANGER IN AN AFGHAN CONFLICT

Panel Chair -      Antonio GIUSTOZZI - Department of War Studies King's College London

                                                               

Divergence of interests: development aid, counter-insurgency and the negotiation of access to Taliban-held areas in Afghanistan

                        Antonio GIUSTOZZI - Department of War Studies King's College London

The logic of the allocation of development aid in Afghanistan on a sub-national level untill 2013. Ghazni case. Limitations and consequences

Jakub STĘPIEŃ - The European Experience of PRTs in Afghanistan research consortium

The development-insurgency nexus? An analysis of sources of insurgent financing in Afghanistan

Peter MARTON - Institute of International Studies Corvinus University Budapest

                        Balazs SZENT-IVANYI - Aston Centre for Europe Aston University

 

17:00

Special lecture: The Afghan case: the flawed concept of 'stabilization' through development

                                Professor Antonio GIUSTOZZI       

                                Department of War Studies King's College London

 

3rd DEC, 2016 (Saturday) Hotel Sympozjum conference room

09:30 The European Experience of Povincial Reconstruction Teams in Afghanistan research consortium members workshop

 

nadesłano: dr Jakub Stępień 

Data opublikowania: 25.11.2016
Osoba publikująca: Patrycja Niedźwiedzka