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28.09.2021 15:30 Uhr

»Forced displacement, unlawful internment, and humanitarian neutrality«
Digital pre-panel II "Forced displacement, unlawful internment, and humanitarian neutrality", organized by Stacey Hynd, Fabian Klose, Johannes Paulmann, and Andrew Thompson in cooperation with the Volkswagen Foundation. The digital panel is part of next year's Herrenhausen Conference "Governing Humanitarianism – Past, Present and Future" (2022), funded by the Volkswagen Foundation. Keynote by Adama Dieng, former UN Under-Secretary General © Wikimedia Commons. UNSG’s Special Advisor on the prevention of Genocide, Adama Dieng speaking to the press in Tshikapa. https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/Category:Adama_Dieng Program Keynote: »Forced displacement, unlawful internment, and humanitarian neutrality«, by Adama Dieng (former United Nations Under-Secretary-General and Special Adviser of the Secretary-General on the Prevention of Genocide); Chair: Prof. Andrew Thompson (Professor of Global and Imperial History, Nuffield College, University of Oxford) Language: The digital conference language is English. Registration: There are no fees for online attendance. Prior registration is not required. A link to join the event will be published on the website https://www.volkswagenstiftung.de/en/events/calendar-of-events/herrenhausen-conferences/herrenhausen-conference-governing-humanitarianism-past-present-and-future at the beginning of September 2021. Herrenhausen Conferences The Herrenhausen Conferences, organized by the Volkswagen Foundation at Herrenhausen Palace, a modern convention center, focus on scientific topics of high social impact that are of particular relevance to the present and future. The Herrenhausen Conferences address unanswered questions and unsolved problems and their relevance for society. They provide international experts as well as junior researchers with a platform for an intense interdisciplinary dialogue on exciting new areas of research and innovative methodological approaches.