National Cohesion in Insecure States: Experiences from Africa

October 12th, 2012


Thursday, October 18, 2012
5-6:30 pm; Rapaporte Treasure Hall, Goldfarb Library
Mistrust, rivalries, and manipulation of the legacies of the past are among the hurdles societies face after conflict on the way to national cohesion and peace. How can we pursue sustainable and ecologically responsible development in a globalized and exposed puzzle of nations, networks and interests?
You’re invited to a keynote by Michel Noureddine Kassa, Country Team Leader for the Initiative for a Cohesive Leadership in the Democratic Republic of Congo, and Distinguished Visiting Practitioner in residence 10/15-10/19/12 at Brandeis.

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