Programme

Round-tables, pro workshop, screenings and debates, plateau media, four days of debates and encounters on the analysis of war and the rebuilding of social relationships.

Some events are accessible only by advance registration.

All events, except the screenings and debates, will features real-time French/English translation.

November 2

6:00pm-6:30pm

Plateau média, La Gaîté Lyrique

Welcome

6:45pm-8:30pm

Plateau média, La Gaîté Lyrique

How does war change our view?

Programme presented by Prof. Jean-Vincent HOLEINDRE, Professor of Political Science, at the University of Poitiers and President of Association pour les Etudes sur la Guerre et la Stratégie (AEGES)

8:40pm-10:00pm

Plateau média, La Gaîté Lyrique

Forum Opening | By invitation

By Dr Amandine GNANGUENON, Guerre&Po Project Director and Associate Researcher at the Centre Michel de l’Hospital (University of Auvergne), Prof. Jean-Baptiste PERRIER, Director of the Centre Michel de l’Hospital, Jean-Paul COLLEYN, Director of Studies and Deputy Director of the Institut des Mondes Africains (IMAF/EHESS)

November 3

10:00am -12:30pm

Auditorium, La Gaîté Lyrique

An “outside the box” approach to conflict analysis

Round-table lead by Prof. Ali AIT ABDELMALEK, Professor of Sociology at the University of Rennes 2

2:00pm -4:00pm

Auditorium, La Gaîté Lyrique

Guerre&Politique: Cross-perspectives in various regions of the world

Round-table lead by Prof. Jean-Jacques ROCHE, Director of Training, Studies, and Research at the Institut des Hautes Etudes de Défense Nationale (IHEDN)

4:30pm-6:00pm

Auditorium, La Gaîté Lyrique

Pro Workshop: Waging war and preparing peace (by invitation only)

Workshop lead by Fabienne HARA, Executive-in-Residence at the Geneva Centre for Security Policy (GCSP)

8:00pm-9:30pm

Auditorium, La Gaîté Lyrique

The Media’s testimony on war

Evening Screening and Debate hosted by Jean-Paul COLLEYN, Director of Studies and Deputy Director of the Institut des Mondes Africains (IMAF/EHESS)

November 4

The events organized at the Mairie de Paris are lead by Benjamin Bibas, Grand Reporter of La Fabrique Documentaire. Those round-tables are free and open to the public, but with a limited number of seats. Advance registration is required.

9:00am

Auditorium, Mairie de Paris

Welcome

9:30am

Auditorium, Mairie de Paris

Introduction

Dr Amandine GNANGUENON, Guerre&Po Project Director and Associate Researcher at the Centre Michel de l’Hospital (University of Auvergne)

10:00am

Auditorium, Mairie de Paris

Legality and legitimacy of state institutions: Strategies of the main actors

Round-table lead by Dr Alexandra de HOOP SCHEFFER, Director of the Paris Office of the German Marshall Fund of the United States (GMFUS)

1:45pm

Auditorium, Mairie de Paris

Redefining local politics: Conflict systems’ analysis

Round-table lead by Dr Jaïr VAN DER LJIN, Senior Researcher and Head of Peace Operations and Conflict Management Programme at the Stockholm International Peace Research Institute (SIPRI)

3:15pm

Break

3:45pm

Auditorium, Mairie de Paris

The evolving power dynamic between local players and foreign actors

Round-table lead by Dr Maya KANDEL, Researcher at the University of Sorbonne Nouvelle, Paris 3

6:00pm

Auditorium, Mairie de Paris

Closing of Round-Tables

Conclusion by Patrick KLUGMAN, Assistant to the Mayor of Paris, in charge of International Relations and la Francophonie

7:00pm-9:00pm

Plateau média, La Gaîté Lyrique

How do outside observers handle the effects of war?

Presented by Laurent HENNINGER, Research Officer at the Revue de Défense Nationale

9:15pm-10:30pm

Plateau média, La Gaîté Lyrique

Cocktail and Dinner (by invitation only)

November 5

5:30pm-7:00pm

Auditorium, La Gaîté Lyrique

Between past and present: repeating wars? 

Screening and Debate hosted by Romain MIELCAREK, Journalist