Workshop on Citizens and Inclusive Governance – 7 February 2020

The School of Politics and International Relations and the Conflict Analysis Research Centre (CARC) are delighted to invite you to the WORKSHOP ON CITIZENS AND INCLUSIVE GOVERNANCE

Workshop on Citizens and Inclusive Governance


Venue: Senate Committee Room 1 (9.15am-12.15pm) and Darwin Board Room (1.30-5pm)

Date: Friday 7 February 2020

Please e-mail in advance to register to attend


This workshop will cover various facets of power-sharing, critical citizen involvement and peacebuilding processes. It is devoted to presenting current and evidence-based research by a delegation of leading researchers and policymakers. It will combine research presentations, book presentations and panel discussions, as well as short films. Attendees of this event will have an opportunity to discuss recent trends in conflict related as well as governance research and to contribute to global academic discussions. The workshop is funded by the US Institute of Peace (USIP) grant Citizen Engagement in Peace Processes.

The workshop is open to all and free to attend but you must register in advance to attend (please e-mail

Do feel free to pass on the details (also enclosed in this poster) to anyone that might be interested.