Peacekeeping Exits and Statebuilding Legacies: Improving UN Transitions Based on Empirical Evidence?

1 Jun 2023
14:00 UK time
Dr Andrea Ruggeri
Maline Meiske
Brasenose College, Amersi Room, Radcliffe Square OX1 4AJ
Members of the University only
A moderated panel discussion on UN peacekeeping transitions in light of recent empirical evidence and analysis provided by Prof. Andrea Ruggeri and Dr. Maline Meiske.

Andrea Ruggeri, Professor of Political Science and International Relations and Coordinator Conflict, Peace and Security Hub University of Oxford,

Simon Blatchly, Deputy Chief Constable at Derbyshire Constabulary, United Kingdom, former Police Commissioner United Nations Mission in Liberia (UNMIL), previously served as the Chief of the Mission Management and Support Section for the UN Department of Peacekeeping Operations Police Division

Jessica Di Salvatore, Associate Professor in Political Science and Peace Studies,

Richard Caplan, Professor of International Relations and a Fellow of Linacre College at the University of Oxford, the Principal Investigator on the After Exit project and co-responsible for the qualitative research on the project,

Jascha Scheele, Coordination Officer, Transitions Project, UN Department for Peace Operations

Bintou Keita, Special Representative of the Secretary-General in the Democratic Republic of the Congo and Head of the United Nations Organization Stabilization Mission in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (MONUSCO)