ALC staff to lead a session at Stockholm Forum on Peace and Development


The African Leadership Centre(ALC) will be participating at the 2018 Stockholm Forum on Peace and Development in Stockholm, Sweden and will be lead a session on Future Peace and the role of young people.

This session is motivated by the ongoing global debates on achieving inclusive and sustained peace. At the core of this debate is the need to sustain peace by ensuring that ideas of and approaches to peace take into consideration perspectives of the next generation of peacebuilders, decision makers, and the society.

The Stockholm Forum convenes over 300 high-level researchers, policymakers and practitioners from around the world with the aim of informing key policy and research agendas. This year’s Forum will be held at Münchenbryggeriet in Stockholm, Sweden from 7 - 9 May 2018.

Several ALC Staff and Alumni will be participating in this year Forum including: Shuvai Nyoni, Director of ALC, Prof. Funmi Olonisakin, Founder of the ALC and Vice Principal/Vice President King’s College London; Dr. Wale Ismai, Senior Research Fellow, ALC-King’s College London. Others include: Jacob Kamau, PhD Fellow, ALC; Damilola Adegoke, PhD Fellow, ALC; Rachel Sittoni, Fellowship Coordinator, ALC; Akinbode Fasakin, PhD Candidate, Stockholm University and Alumnus ALC; and Alagaw Ababu, Alumnus ALC.

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Inaugural Lecture: Professor 'Funmi Olonisakin

Inaugural Lecture: Professor 'Funmi Olonisakin

07 June 2018

  Inaugural Lecture: Professor 'Funmi Olonisakin Leadership and “Conversation” in Dialogue: Securing Peace in the Unromantic Context by Faculty of Social Science Public Policy (SSPP), King's College London Stable peace continues to elude societies grappling with cycles of violent conflict and general insecurity. About half of the situations where the United Nations has intervened to bring about peace have experienced violent relapse....

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