International Conference on Indigenous Conflict Management Strategies

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International Conference on Indigenous Conflict Management Strategies

Time: April 20, 2012 to April 21, 2012
Location: Kennesaw State University
Street: 1000 Chastain Road
City/Town: Kennesaw
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Phone: 770-794-7686
Event Type: conference
Organized By: Center for Conflict Management
Latest Activity: Apr 4, 2012

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Indigenous conflict management and resolution strategies—utilizing local actors and traditional community-based judicial and legal decision-making mechanisms to manage and resolve conflicts within or between communities—have not been given sufficient attention. Instead, most researchers have been focused on conventional Western approaches. However, a critical assessment of global conflict trends indicates that since World War II there have been more intra-state conflicts than interstate or global conflicts. Even when considered global, every conflict is local inasmuch as local people suffer the ramifications. Examples of such conflicts abound in the Middle East, Africa, Asia, Latin America, etc. Solutions to conflicts must therefore be local for application, relevance and sustainability, and replicated globally in similar situations.

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Comment by Shauna Carmichael on April 4, 2012 at 3:58pm

Confirmed keynote presentation by Dr. Jamie Shea, NATO's Deputy Assistant Secretary General for Emerging Security Challenges

Since 1982 Dr. Shea has served NATO with distinction, holding a variety of influential positions, including Assistant to the Secretary-General of NATO for special projects, Deputy Head and Senior Planning Officer for the Policy Planning Unit and Multilateral Affairs Section of the Political Directorate, and Deputy Director of Information and Press. Dr. Shea is also an accomplished scholar. He holds several external academic positions including Associate Professor of International Relations, American University, Washington DC and Director of the Brussels Overseas Study Program. He is Associate editor for Europe's World, a Brussels-based journal on international affairs. He is a member of several associations including Policy Forum, London; Security and Defence Programs Advisory Board, Chatham House and Policy Council, World Economic Forum, Geneva.

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