In partnership with The International League for Peace and Human Rights (ILPHR) – Geneva.
The armed conflict in Yemen has been raging for four years. It has been characterized by bloodshed, violence, as well as deterioration of the humanitarian, security and economic situation for the Yemeni people.
Despite the UN-led peace efforts and initiatives, the outcomes on the ground are still below expectations. A ray of hope finally emerged from the last round of negotiations in Stockholm. For the first time, an agreement on Hudaidah has been signed last December.
Is this a beginning of a feasible and lasting peace or just another wasted opportunity? Join us to understand the historical background of the crisis, examine the political, humanitarian, and security environments, as well as examine future prospects.
Dr Hamdan Dammag, Academic and a prize-winner writer. Deputy Rector of Yemeni Centre for Studies and Research (Yemen), Vice President of ILPHR (Geneva) and General Secretary of Tamadon Foundation, UK.
Ms Horiah Mashhoor, Human rights activist and former Minister of Human Rights in Yemen. She was the Spokesperson of the National Council for Peaceful Revolutionary Forces in Yemen and a chair of the Women National Committee (WNC).
Dr Mahmood Alazani, Academic, politician and human rights advocate. President of Tamadon Foundation, UK. Member of the executive committee of ILPHR (Geneva). Consultant in Management Development for Small and Medium Enterprises.
Mr Ahmed Quraishi, journalist, author, and a television personality, with extensive experience in Pakistan/Gulf/MENA. A public diplomacy expert; he was one of the designers of the U.S. State Department's post-9/11 outreach program for the Islamic World in 2002-2003, and communications strategies for Musharraf Government in Pakistan 2004-2008.
Mr Tahar Boumedra, former UN Human Rights Chief of the UN Mission in Baghdad and Advisor to the UNSG’s Special Representative for Iraq. He is an expert in the criminal justice system in Yemen, and has conducted training for Yemeni prison directors.
Dr Jean-Marc Rickli, Global Risk and Resilience Cluster Leader, GCSP
This event is organised in partnership with The International League for Peace and Human Rights (ILPHR) – Geneva.
Light refreshment will be served
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