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Onyinye Nkechi Onwuka on the left talking to Camille Vern (ANCIP) on the right in a conference situation.

Research Stay at African Union Headquarters, Camille Vern

Camille Vern, research fellow and PhD candidate at ANCIP, conducted research at the headquarters of the African Union from the beginning of August until the end of November 2023. During her time in Addis Ababa, she met with relevant stakeholders at the AU, experts on mediation and preventive diplomacy, as well as representatives of partners of the continental institution.

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Gilbert Khadiagala, ANCIP Fellow at PRIF – A Brief Report on Activities

At the invitation of Dr. Antonia Witt, I was privileged to spend two months (June to July 2023) as a visiting research professor at PRIF.

The visit allowed me to interact with PRIF staff and conduct research in three main areas: mediation of African conflicts by retired presidents; assess the mediation initiative by African presidents in the Russia-Ukraine conflict (June 2023); and co-author a policy brief with Dr. Dimpho Deleglise, a PRIF fellow, on the implementation of peace agreements in Burundi, Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC), and Ethiopia

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People standing in line at the registration of the ENIUGH conference.

ANCIP at ENIUGH 2023 in Leiden

The ANCIP project convened a panel the Seventh European Congress on World and Global History, held at Leiden University and The Hague from June 29 to July 1, 2023. The conference provided a dynamic platform for scholars and practitioners to delve into diverse aspects of world and global history under the headline “Conflict and Inequity, Peace and Justice: Local, Regional and International Historical Perspectives”.

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ANCIP at African Futures Conference 2023, Cologne

At this year’s European Conference on African Studies with the theme “African Futures”, the ANCIP network was represented in different capacities. On the 31 May 2023, research fellow S. Elisabeth Warnck presented a paper on “Mapping African Union and ECOWAS meeting and document practices in the area of peace and security” on a panel on “African regional organizations and their politics under the global condition” with colleagues from Roskilde, Lisbon and Leipzig.

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