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Workshop -  The Civil War in Yemen

The current civil war in Yemen -which started in 2014- has developed into one of the biggest humanitarian crises of the world. Three quarters of the Yemeni population are estimated to be in need of humanitarian aid. While the civil population is in a dire situation, the fighting between government forces supported by Arab as well as Western countries and rebel forces supported is not progressing. So far, diplomatic efforts to end the fighting have at best been temporarily successful. Solutions for ending this civil war are desperately needed in the to end the suffering of the Yemeni population and to globally move forward on SDG 1 “No poverty”, SDG 2 “Zero Hunger” and SDG 16 “Peace, justice and strong institutions”.


The workshop will be led by Dalia Barsoum (Berghof Foundation):

Dalia Barsoum leads the Berghof Foundation's Yemen Unit. Previously, she worked for Democracy Reporting International on transition processes and building democratic institutions in the MENA region. Dalia holds a multi-disciplinary Master’s degree in Near and Middle Eastern Studies from the School of Oriental and African Studies of the University of London, with a focus on Political Sciences and Human Rights and Islamic Law. 



The workshop will take place at the University of Applied Sciences Flensburg in Room B 214 from 4pm - 6 pm


Note: The workshop is open for everyone. You don't have to be an enrolled student.

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