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Event Calendar

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 calendar@crisisgroup.org.

Unless otherwise noted, all Crisis Group events are by invitation only.


Upcoming Events

South Sudan: Political Crisis, Humanitarian Disaster

Washington D.C., 18 November 2014

Crisis Group's South Sudan Analyst, Casie Copeland, will join  this panel discussion organised by The Center for Strategic and International Studies. The panel will discuss the political crisis in South Sudan and the devastating impact the conflict is having on the country's people.

The panellists will shed light on the coup in May, the recent anti-democratic trends and the implications these developments will have for the region and for the West. They will also share their thoughts on how an effective and stable democratic system of governance might be re-installed.

‘Thailand’s Tragedy: Exploring the Military Junta and its National and Regional Implications’

London, 19 November 2014

Crisis Group's Chief Policy Officer, Jonathan Prentice, will speak at this event organised by The Henry Jackson Society. Prentice will be joined by Prof. Duncan McCargo, Professor of Political Science at University of Leeds and Senior Research Affiliate at Weatherhead East Asian Institute at Columbia University; and Verapat Pariyawong, former Special Counsel to Deputy Prime Minister of Thailand and Visiting Scholar at SOAS, University of London.

The panellists will shed light on the coup in May, the recent anti-democratic trends and the implications these developments will have for the region and for the West. They will also share their thoughts on how an effective and stable democratic system of governance might be re-installed.

 
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