Cyprus and Challenges in Constitutional Transitions

Please note: This page refers to an event that has already taken place.

Time: Mon 08 (12:00) - Wed 10 (20:00) April 2019
Place: Nicosia, Cyprus

​The British Academy, the United States Institute of Peace and the PRIO Cyprus Centre  cordially invite you to a three-day conference entitled:

Cyprus and Challenges in Constitutional Transitions 

08-10 April 2019 

Nicosia - Cyprus 

Opening remarks: 

H.E. Stephen Lillie CMG - British High Commissioner to Cyprus  

Keynotes:

Edward Morgan- Jones  

George Anderson  

 

RSVP by 05/04/19 including the registration form attached to n.loizides@kent.ac.uk


• Day 1- Monday 08.04.19: Time 12:00 -16:00: workshop at the Home for Cooperation, 

will be devoted to negotiation training including an interactive simulation of the Guterres framework and new tools in assessing public opinion trade-offs using conjoint experiments

• Day 2 – Tuesday 09.04.19. Time: 10:30-21:30: conference at the University of Cyprus, 

will focus on proposals for a semi-presidential system and a roundtable with George Anderson on his recently coedited book on Territory and Power in Constitutional Transitions. A former deputy minister in the Canadian federal government, George Anderson has worked in over 20 countries on issues of devolved and federal governance in both developed and developing countries, first as president of the Forum of Federations and latterly as a consultant with the United Nations, the World Bank, and NGOs.

Day 3 Wednesday 10.04.19: Time: 18:00-21:00: at the Home for Cooperation 

keynote by George Anderson on the management of Natural Gas and Oil in Federal Systems based on his earlier book published by Oxford University Press and current work for the World Bank.