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.
If you have any questions about an event listed below or how you can become involved with Crisis Group, please email email@example.com.
Unless otherwise noted, all Crisis Group events are by invitation only.
U.S. Institute of Peace, Washington DC, 29 January 2015
Crisis Group's Senior Vice President and Special Adviser on Latin America, Mark Schneider, will take part on a panel discussing "Colombia Peace Forum: Paths to Reintegration", and will analyse the successes and pitfalls of demobilisation, disarmament, and reintegration (DDR) processes from around the world. The discussion, that will include a former negotiator at the peace talks in Havana, will also focus on the lessons from Colombia’s past reintegration efforts, as well as policy recommendations from our last Colombia report.
Join the conversation on Twitter with #ColombiaPeaceForum.
Chatham House, London, 3 February 2015
Crisis Group's President and CEO, Jean-Marie Guehénno, will discuss the ten conflicts to watch in 2015. He will consider the implications these conflicts and crises will have for global peace and security and discuss what policies might help to improve these situations.
Non-Chatham House members may register by e-mail to Molly Brown.
This event will be livestreamed (The livestream will be made available at 13:00 GMT, Tuesday 3 February).