Panels: Protection of individuals as system-wide challenge of the United Nations

We are organizing an expert workshop on protection of individuals. Apart from the panels, there will be an opening discussion as well as breakout sessions. You can still register as participant! Register here.

USG for Humanitarian Affairs and Emergency Relief visits South Sudan

Stephen O’Brien, UN Under-Secretary-General for Humanitarian Affairs and Emergency Relief, visits South Sudan. (c) UN Photo

Workshop and network meeting

15-17 July 2016, Technische Universität Braunschweig, Germany

Organized by the German Association for the United Nations (DGVN)

Contact: info@uno-forschung.de, http://www.uno-forschung.de

 

Humanitarian action and protection

Andras Derzsi-Horvath, Global Public Policy Institute, Berlin The implementation of the Human Rights Up Front initiative in the humanitarian sector
Hannah Dönges, Graduate Institute, Geneva Protection of civilians in South Sudan across international organizations
Birthe Thamaz, Stiftung Wissenschaft und Politik, Berlin Protection through the lens of UNRWA

 

Human rights protection

Veronika Haasz, University of Vienna National Human Rights Institutions as UN allies
Tamya Rebelo, University of São Paulo (Brazil) and Fellow at the Carr Center for Human Rights Policy, Harvard University From framing to implementation: an analysis of UN Security Council Resolutions on the protection of women and children
Janika Spannagel, Global Public Policy Institute, Berlin Human Rights Defenders at Risk: Ambitious Concept with Uncertain Outlook

 

Protection of civilians – decision-making processes and national perspectives

Andreas Lehrfeld, Universität Köln Chinese UN initiatives on the protection of individuals in armed conflict
Moritz Marbach, Universität Mannheim Refugees and the UN Security Council
Christian Stock, Martin-Luther Universität Halle Protection in UN peacekeeping: common task, common understanding?

 

Protection of civilians on the ground

Ingvild Bode, University of Kent Practicing Norms: The Use of Force to Protect Civilians in Peacekeeping Missions
Laura Bosco, American University, Washington, D.C. Contingent upon Contingent: Signalling the resolve to protect in UN Peace Operations
Nadine Enke, University of Vienna/ Bundesministerium für Landesverteidigung und Sport (Austria) Sexual Exploitation and Abuse by Peacekeepers – Challenges to the Protection of Civilians – Mandate
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Über Gerrit Kurtz

Gerrit promoviert in War Studies am King's College London und ist non-resident Fellow beim Global Public Policy Institute (GPPi) in Berlin. Er hat Internationale Beziehungen, Volkswirtschaftslehre und Völkerrecht in Passau, Grenoble, Berlin und Potsdam studiert. Seine wichtigsten Forschungsfelder sind die Vereinten Nationen (Sicherheitsrat, Sanktionen), nicht-staatliche Gewaltakteure, Südasien, globale Normen und Diplomatie.

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