Internal Conflicts Commission

International Peace Research Association (IPRA) – Freetown, Sierra Leone,  27th November –1st December 2016

Theme of the Conference:  AGENDA FOR PEACE AND DEVELOPMENT:  Conflict Prevention, Post-Conflict Transformation, and the Conflict, Disaster and Sustainable Development Debate

 Internal Conflicts Commission

Profile

The Internal Conflict Commission seeks to investigate intra-state political, ethnic, religious and communal conflicts. It seeks to analyze internal political tensions, confrontations and violence, their multiple economic, social and cultural causes, their outcomes, as well as external involvements. Internal conflicts, of course are not all of the same type and do not follow same patterns. Some of them have strictly internal causes, while others were/are exacerbated by external interferences, or even invasions. Terrorism for example is often imported and has both external and internal dimensions. The list of countries which witnessed such conflicts and crises is extensive and not limited to the list bellow:- Middle East and North Africa: Arab Revolts; Sectarian and Ethnic Conflicts, and Violence; Foreign Pressures, Interferences and “Regime Change”; Palestinian Disunity; Power Struggle in Iran.

Conveners

Ibrahim Elnur: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Cammi Webb-Gannon: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Ivan Ivekovic: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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