A conceptual and practical look into the Peace Treaty Initiative
The Peace Treaty Initiative (PTI) aims to facilitate global consideration of a new multilateral treaty purpose-built to incentivise and stabilise the pathway of negotiation in order to help prevent internal armed conflicts in the first place and end them once underway.
This special public event, organised jointly by the Senator George J. Mitchell Institute for Global Peace, Justice and Security at Queen’s University Belfast and the Institute for Integrated Transitions (IFIT), will bring together experts, practitioners and policy makers to:
- learn first-hand about the main achievements and challenges with regards to the implementation of the Belfast/Good Friday Agreement;
- consider those alongside the design of the indicative text of the PTI
- Prof Dominic Bryan, School of History, Anthropology, Philosophy and Politics, Mitchell Institute Fellow (Legacy), QUB
- Prof Chris McCrudden, School of Law, Mitchell Institute Fellow (Rights and Social Justice), QUB
- Dr John Topping, School of Social Sciences, Education and Social Work, Mitchel Institute Fellow (The Politics of Security and Institutional Peacebuilding), QUB
- Dr Maria-Adriana Deiana, Anthropology, School of History, Anthropology, Philosophy and Politics, QUB
- Mariana Casij Peña, Institute for Integrated Transitions
- Mark Freeman, Institute for Integrated Transitions
We will be livestreaming and recording this event. The recording will be available after the event on our YouTube channel. We will be filming the panellists and presenters at the event. Audience members will not be filmed however your voice WILL BE recorded, as part of the proceedings, if you participate in the Q&A session.
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