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Getting Out: Exit Strategies and Transitions

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‘Getting Out’ is the last workshop of the ‘In the Wake of War’ series run by the Cambridge PCPC Group with the support of CRASSH . This workshop will be run jointly with the Centre of Governance and Human Rights, and will consider the issue of ending or transforming international intervention in end-of-conflict situations, addressing key questions such as:

When and how should the international community withdraw from a post-conflict situation? When does a situation stop being post-conflict? What exit strategies have been the most successful in different types of situation? How can the changeover between emergency interventions and long term development assistance be made?

Speakers: “Exit Strategies and State Building”, Richard Caplan (Director, Centre for International Studies, University of Oxford); “Legal Perspectives: Putting Justice where it Belongs” , Dan Saxon (Senior Prosecutor, ICTY and Visiting Professor, Lauterpacht Centre); “In the Wake of Exits”, Andy Carl (Director, Conciliation Resources); “What Happens when the Fighting Stops– A Military Perspective”, Justin Holt (Lieutenant Colonel, Royal Marines); “When the Exit is not the End” , Milos Stankovic (Braveheart Programme)

This talk is part of the Cambridge Post-Conflict and Post-Crisis Group series.

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