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The Colombia Peace Process After Two Years

Date

Jun. 10 – 11, 2019
2:00pm – 8:30am

Location

Keough School of Global Affairs, Washington D.C. Office 1400 16th Street NW Suite 120 Washington D.C., 20036

The Colombia Peace Process After Two Years

What can the Colombian peace accord implementation process teach us about supporting stabilization and peace processes around the world? Join us for a two-day seminar assessing the Colombia peace process after two years and the role of Notre Dame’s Peace Accords Matrix (PAM) program in monitoring and supporting implementation.

The program will include presentations by Colombian and United States experts on the current status of accord implementation, based on the PAM team’s April 2019 report. 

Expert panelists will address transitional justice issues and victims’ rights, effective security guarantees and community protection, and land reform and integral rural development.
 

*Please note that this event will be held at the Keough School of Global Affairs, Washington D.C. Office

Featured Speakers

Emilio Archila
Colombian High Presidential Counsellor for Post-Conflict and Stabilization 

Cynthia Arnson 
Director, Latin American Program
Woodrow Wilson Center 

Monsignor Héctor Fabio Henao 
Director, Pastoral Social
Colombian Conference of Catholic Bishops

Adam Isacson
Director for Defense Oversight
Washington Office on Latin America

María Victoria Llorente 
Executive Director 
Fundación Ideas para la Paz

Pete Marocco 
Deputy Assistant Secretary of State
United States Bureau of Conflict and Stabilization Operations

Carlos Alfonso Negret Mosquera 
Colombian Defensor del Pueblo/Ombudsman
 

Hosted By

Latin American Program

The Wilson Center’s prestigious Latin American Program provides non-partisan expertise to a broad community of decision makers in the United States and Latin America on critical policy issues facing the Hemisphere. The Program provides insightful and actionable research for policymakers, private sector leaders, journalists, and public intellectuals in the United States and Latin America. To bridge the gap between scholarship and policy action, it fosters new inquiry, sponsors high-level public and private meetings among multiple stakeholders, and explores policy options to improve outcomes for citizens throughout the Americas. Drawing on the Wilson Center’s strength as the nation’s key non-partisan forum, the Program serves as a trusted source of analysis and a vital point of contact between the worlds of scholarship and action.  Read more

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