International Week 2017

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Armed conflicts: never again? Case study of sustainability of the Colombian peace process.

Monday, 6th of February |  15:00 - 15:45

Armed conflicts: never again? Case study of the sustainability of the Colombian peace process

Now alumni and recruitment officer at FIBC, Kevin Fuchs (NL) used to be a European Studies student. He started out as a parliamentary assistant to a Dutch MP and moved on to Colombia to become a Social studies and IB teacher, also advising students on international possibilities. After that he worked as a middle school teacher in Mexico.

Marianne Moor (NL) is an historian (University of Utrecht) and Coordinator of the Latin American Department of the Dutch Peace Movement PAX. She has worked on human rights and peace issues over the past 16 years as an analyst and on the ground in Latin American countries. Publications include the kidnapping industry in Colombia, the relationship between the EU and Cuba, and the reintegration of combatants.

 

Armed conflicts: never again? Case study of the sustainability of the Colombian peace process
The world has focused its attention on the current Colombian peace process, as it might be emblematic for other regions. Will this agreement guarantee enduring peace for Colombia? Or will violence soon re-emerge, as occurred in many other war-stricken countries? In this session we will discuss the conditions for a sustainable peace process on the basis of four dilemmas. These dilemmas include the role of the economic sector, foreign investors and the international community.