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Exclusion Amid Inclusion

9/11/2017


Exclusion Amid Inclusion?

How Power-Sharing Engages Non-Dominant Communities

9-10 November.

The Conference will address the issue of the exclusion of non-dominant groups that are not explicitly represented in power-sharing agreements. We aim to bring together scholars working on this question from a range of perspectives, disciplines and fields, including: democracy in divided societies, conflict resolution, democratization, post-conflict state building, political settlements, ethnic politics, gender, nationalism and national identity, migration and equality and diversity studies. Professor Allison McCulloch will be a keynote speaker at the event.

 

For further information on the Conference please click the link: http://www.qub.ac.uk/research-centres/CentrefortheStudyofEthnicConflict/NewsandEvents/

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