Question Time; The 'Responsibility to Protect' and the Arab Spring

05 February 2013
18.00 - 21.00

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Organiser: UNA Wales & Cardiff University

Location: Glamorgan Building Council Chamber

See bottom of page for location details

In a world with conflict on almost every horizon, who can halt the violence? International coalitions? United Nations action? Do we all have the ‘responsibility to protect’? 

_62351533_62351532.jpgHosted by Dr Peter Sutch BA MA PhD FRHistS of Cardiff University’s Politics Department and UNA Wales Chairman, the ‘Responsibility to Protect’ roundtable discussion includes leading international authorities on International Relations and Law.

Including Dr Edwin Egede, Marc Pollentine & Dr Grant Dawson, alongside scholars from around the country, NGO and government representatives, this provides an exciting platform in a stunning setting to discuss and analyse the humanitarian crises facing the world today, including the Arab Spring, conflicts in Mali and the DR Congo and around the world.

Free entry; all welcome. To register, please e-mail: lorawinfieldyoung@wcia.org.uk Tel: 029 2022 8549

Address:
Cathays
Cardiff
CF10 3WT

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