Mali used to be a metropole for trade and culture in Northwest Africa.
Tid: torsdag 15. februar kl. 20:00 - 22:00
Sted: Tromsø bibliotek og byarkiv, plan 2
NB: Seminaret vil være på engelsk
Today, the country is threatened by Islamic extremist groups and resistance movements. This was initially triggered by the civil war in 2012 and weak governance. Violent attacks, torture and unrightfully arrests of civilians has forced thousands of Malians to flee.
- What factors have caused the difficulties seen in Mali today?
- How can this crisis be solved?
Is the UN peacekeeping mission succeeding in stabilizing the situation?
A Peace of Timbuktu: Democratic Governance, Development and African Peacemaking. United Nations Institute for Disarmament Research: Robin Poulton & Ibrahim ag Youssouf, 1998
Ibrahim Ag Youssouf, specialist in relationships between the state and civil society, democracy and elections. Has worked as an consultant for UNICEF and UNDP.
Trond Waage, Associate Professor at Visuelle Kulturstudier v/UiT
Arrangør: YATA Tromsø
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