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ISS and EU-GRASP Workshop, Pretoria: Addressing Key Human Security Challenges In Africa: An EU-Africa Partnership
Date: 13 - 14 June 2011
Venue: , ISS Seminar Room, Block C, Brooklyn Court, 361 Veale Street, New Muckleneuk, (Parking available at Brooklyn Mall and ABSA Court)

In collaboration with its EU-GRASP Project partners, the Institute for Security Studies is convening a two-day workshop on the theme “Addressing human security challenges in Africa: A Partnership Between The EU And Africa.” The EU-GRASP is a collaborative research project comprising agroup of research institutions including the ISS, the United Nations University Institute for Comparative Regional Integration Studies (UNU-CRIS), Egmont Institute, and the International Crisis Group working to complement and support the work of regional and global multilateral institutions on issues of peace and security on the continent.

The ISS would like to invite you to attend this event that aims to bring together representatives of the partner institutions of the EU-GRASP programme, as well as a select number of scholars and policymakers from various countries. The workshop aims at deepening understanding and influencing EU policy responses to the multi-faceted security challenges that face the African continent in the spirit of partnership between Europe and Africa.

The workshop proceedings will take the form of thematic sessions with panel members presenting papers on various aspects of Africa`s security challenges.

The workshop will take place under the rule that participants are free to use the information presented, but neither the identity nor the affiliation of the speaker(s), nor that of any other participants, may be revealed without his/her express permission.
 

 

Venue:

ISS Seminar Room
Block C, Brooklyn Court
361 Veale Street
New Muckleneuk
(Parking available at Brooklyn Mall and ABSA Court)
RSVP:

Maria Maluleke
Tel: 012 346 9500
mmaluleke@issafrica.org
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