Dividing Lines: Reimagining Social Division in ‘Divided Societies’
This SEPAD project and the Foreign Policy Centre (FPC) event and publication launch, Dividing Lines: Reimagining Social Division in ‘Divided Societies’, will bring together a range of experts to examine the similarities and differences across ‘divided societies’, using the concept of sectarianism to better understand efforts to address division across the world. It will explore the concept of sectarianism in peacebuilding and the resulting effects that have emerged from this process in Lebanon, Syria, Kuwait and Yemen, whilst also reflecting on divisions in other societies that are home to enduring social, political and religious divisions across the world. Please register below if you would like to attend this event in London.
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This event will be taking place on Zoom.
Professor John Nagle (Professor of Sociology at Queen’s University Belfast)
Dr Emanuelle Degli Esposti (Research and Outreach Associate at the Centre of Islamic Studies, University of Cambridge)
Professor Simon Mabon (Director of SEPAD and Professor of International Relations, Lancaster University)
Chair: Bambos Charalambous MP (Shadow Foreign Office Minister for Middle East & North Africa)