In his talk, High Commissioner Zannier will provide some interesting insights on his mandate and work methods. Drawing from examples of majority-minority relations with conflict potential in the OSCE area, he will illustrate how he operationalises conflict prevention in his daily work with a view to containing or de-escalating tensions, as well as the tools he uses to assist States in addressing structural minority-majority issues that have the potential to generate conflict.
CRCEES produces specialists in a wide variety of research areas within the Social Sciences, Arts and Humanities:
18 MayArt disrupts public space but how? DISRUPTIONS brings together examples from the Kyrgyz Republic of three art forms that explore interactions between personal and public space
04 MarCEES Lecturer Dr Luca Anceschi will deliver a public lecture at Columbia University’s Harriman Institute next 11 April. The lecture - titled TAPI and the Virtual Politics of Eurasian Natural Gas - will showcase Luca’s longstanding research on the Turkmenistan-Afghanistan-Pakistan-India natural gas pipeline, a US$10 bn infrastructure project that aims at revolutionising Eurasia’s gas market.
14 MayGraham Donnelly, has joined the European Centre for Minority Issues, in Flensburg, Germany, as a visiting research fellow.