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- Dates: 18 February 2016 – 19 February 2016
- Booking Deadline: 17 February 2016
1) University of London Student/Staff: £10.00
2) All other delegates: £15.00
A wine reception, lunch, and coffee/tea are included in the ticket price.
- Location: Great Hall
- King’s College London
- King’s Building
- Strand Campus
- London WC2R 2LS
- Location Website: http://www.kingsvenues.com/Conferences-Meetings/Strand/Great-Hall.aspx
- Location/Map: https://goo.gl/maps/AePSiASWedt
This year’s conference places special emphasis on the role of marginalised communities in the evolution, continuation and determination of conflict. By highlighting the role of those demographic, ethnic and religious groups that often receive least attention, the conference aims to contribute to a more nuanced and accurate understanding of contemporary issues in security and development as well as approaches to solve these. As conflicts are increasingly fought along a number of varying fault lines, critical engagement with the impact of marginalised communities is crucial for both national and international organisations in developing sustainable policy solutions.The Conference is structured around four individual panels, introducing leading policy-makers, practitioners and academics in the field to critically analyse and discuss specific aspects in the debate about marginalised communities. It also offers a networking opportunity for both recruiters and students.