Sudan’s prospects for peace will be considered in a global context at this two-day conference organized by graduate students from The Fletcher School (Tufts University), Kennedy School of Government (Harvard University) and Harvard Law School. The first day will examine the diverse parties and issues driving Sudan’s peacemaking process. The second day will explore the peacebuilding challenges of implementing the peace agreement.
The conference will offer attendees a unique opportunity to engage with professionals in the fields of diplomacy, human rights advocacy, foreign aid, international business, and conflict prevention. Conference participants will be encouraged to consider innovative policies and programs to address the multilayered causes of Sudan’s conflicts in a collective effort to transform Sudan’s ‘paper peace’ into sustainable peace and development.
This event is sponsored in part by the Program on Negotiation. Other sponsors include the Feinstein International Famine Center at Tufts University, and the Institute for Human Security at the Fletcher School.