Programme

Conference language English

International Solidarity:
Yesterday’s ideal or emerging key norm?

Workshop-Programme as pdf-file
 

Tuesday, 8 December 2015

13.00 hrs Registration and Light Refreshments
13.30 hrs Welcome
13.45 hrs Session I
The 2015 Debates on Peace and Security in the UN
15.30 hrs Coffee Break
16.00 hrs Session II
Responsible Sovereignty:
Elements of a Possible Common Definition
18.30 hrs End of Day
19.00 hrs Dinner and Informal Evening

Friday, 2 September 2016

09.00 hrs Welcome Coffee
09.15 hrs Session IV
South-South Cooperation –
Are the Promises of the 1970s Finally Coming True?
10.45 hrss Coffee Break and light refreshments
11.15 hrs Session V
Solidarity as Prerequisite of International
Cooperation: The Way Forward
13.00 hrs Wrap-up and Prospects for Global Cooperation
13.15 hrs Farewell by the organisers
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