BELGRADE – SERBIA

400+ participants / 50+ speakers / 15+ panels
BSC2022

27-28 OCTOBER

Day 2

10:45 – 11:45

Security and Development in Fragile and Conflict Environments

How does the security-development nexus (SDN) function in different contexts, notably during times of instability and fragility?

How is SDN as an international development policy strategy implemented in conflict-prone and post-conflict contexts? What lessons should be learned from its application? What opportunities the SDN (including SDG16) has provided for driving peace, security, and sustainable development in the Global South? How do states use development to strengthen their national security and what are the human rights implications of such approaches? How do autocratic leaders securitize development issues to provide themselves with more control over public discourse and opinion?

The panelists aim to address these pressing issues by combining insights from different regions and contexts.

This panel is organized with the support of DCAF – Geneva Centre for Security Sector Governance, the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs, and the OSCE Mission to Serbia.


Spakers

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Aleksandra Krstić
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Esha Banerji
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Jaynisha Patel
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Zdeněk Rod
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Richard Steyne

Moderator

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