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
Brussels, Belgium, 24-25 October 2013
Crisis Group will host the annual Global Briefing on 24-25 October. 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, and hear from and hold discussions with over thirty of Crisis Group’s field-based and senior staff and Board members.
European Parliament, Brussels, 14 May 2013
Edward McMillan-Scott (ALDE), Ana Gomes (S&D), Laima Andrikiene (EPP), Raul Romeva i Rueda (Greens/EFA), and Amnesty International, Human Rights Watch and International Crisis Group invite you to a screening of "No Fire Zone: The Killing Fields of Sri Lanka" followed by a panel discussion. If you are unable to attend the event in person we encourage you to join in the conversation on twitter #NoFireZone.
The Center Club, California, 19 May 2013
The Olive Tree Initiative will host a Gala including a cocktail reception, formal dinner, and talk from Crisis Group's Robert Malley; he will discuss the future of American foreign policy in the Middle East.
University of Victoria, Canada, 1 June 2013
President & CEO Louise Arbour will speak at the Big Thinking lecture series organised by the Federation for the Humanities and Social Sciences and the University of Victoria. This series brings together leading scholars and public figures who can present forward-thinking research, ideas and solutions to the critical questions and issues of our time.
Tunis, Tunisia, 15-16 June 2013
Crisis Group's Middle East and North Africa staff will lead a two-day conference to launch the opening of the first Summer Arabic & Politics Exchange organised by Mideastwire.com and its partners - Université Paris-Dauphine I Tunis, Tunisia Live and the ACT Language Center. During the opening weekend, participants will engage in 18 hours of consecutive sessions led by more than a dozen Crisis Group experts and senior staff, covering the topics that Crisis Group regularly analyses in this region through policy reports, commentaries and alerts. The four-week course will then immerse participants in the language and politics of the Middle East and North Africa, with a particular emphasis on direct engagement with some of the leading academic, political, intellectual and religious figures active across the spectrum in Tunisia. For a full list of all Crisis Group staff participants see the Mideastwire Blog.