Crisis Group hosts events throughout the year and throughout the world in an effort to bring our supporters a foreign policy forum in which to learn and/or participate. Crisis Group events focus on current issues relating to conflicts around the world and foreign policy with a view to providing guests with unparalleled access to featured experts who are prominent figures in the world of international affairs.
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Unless otherwise noted, all Crisis Group events are by invitation only.
Save the Date
New York, 7 May 2014
Each year, the International Crisis Group’s In Pursuit of Peace Award Dinner recognises individuals
for their outstanding contributions to advancing peace and security around the globe. On Wednesday
7 May 2014 at the Waldorf-Astoria in New York, Crisis Group will confer our Chairman’s Award to the
Honourable Hillary Rodham Clinton for her commitment to promoting human rights and ensuring peace
and security where volatility has long persisted. We will celebrate Secretary Clinton’s achievements as we
salute the next generation of leaders dedicated to mobilising action in pursuit of peace.
Brussels, 23/24 October 2014
Crisis Group will host the annual Global Briefing on 23-24 October 2014. The Global Briefing is an exclusive two-day, high-level gathering examining urgent issues and solutions concerning major conflict flashpoints across the globe. The briefing offers invited participants an opportunity to go beyond the headlines in discussions with more than 40 of Crisis Group’s field-based and senior staff and Board members. Registration is now open.
The Boko Haram Insurgency
London, 28 April 2014
Crisis Group's Comfort Ero will speak at this roundtable meeting organised with the Royal African Society. This meeting will discuss the conditions in Northern Nigeria that incubated the militant group, Boko Haram, the development of their agenda & targets, and the ongoing efforts to disarm the fragmented movement.
To register please email RSVP@royalafricansociety.org.