LANDac and NWO announce conference: “Climate Change Interventions as a Source of Conflict, Competing Claims and New Mobilities”
*UPDATE* The deadline for the submission of an abstract for this conferenc has been extended to 2nd October 2016.
LANDac in collaboration with NWO’s Conflict and Cooperation in the Management of Climate Change (CCMCC) programme and IDS-Utrecht University, is pleased to announce a 1.5 day conference to be held in Utrecht (venue to be confirmed) on the afternoon of Thursday 24th November and the whole day on Friday 25th November:
CLIMATE CHANGE INTERVENTIONS AS A SOURCE OF CONFLICT, COMPETING CLAIMS AND NEW MOBILITIES
INCREASING THE RESILIENCE OF COMMUNITIES AND CITIES IN THE SOUTH
With contributions from:
David Dodman International Institute for Environment and Development
Janani Vivekananda International Alert
Joyeeta Gupta University of Amsterdam
The conference will bring together academics, policy makers, practitioners and private sector actors interested in making climate interventions more conflict sensitive and fit for purpose, and will cover topics such as climate change, conflict and violence, access to land and property rights, urban resilience, the SDGs and the New Urban Agenda, climate finance mechanisms, migration and mobility, knowledge production and policy claims, and many more…
Interested in joining us? For more information see the call for abstracts, which includes the full conference summary and details on how to submit your proposal.