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Fireside Peace Chat with Hans Gutbrod

19 March @ 6:00 pm 7:30 pm


Join us on March 19 for the next edition in the Fireside Peace Chats series with Hans Gutbrod. This edition is titled “Ethics of Political Commemoration: Applying a new Paradigm to Remembrance”. Hans is an experienced peacebuilding practitioner with experience working in Eastern Europe, South Caucasus and Timor Leste.

About Hans

Hans Gutbrod has worked in diverse contexts with policy research, and think tanks. From 2014, he has worked (via Transparify) to increase the transparency of policy research around the world. Hans previously worked as regional director of the Caucasus Research Resource Centers (CRRC), from 2006 to 2012, and has also done research and consulting across Eastern Europe and in Timor-Leste. Hans regularly writes in various outlets, also with the On Think Tanks group. Hans has been working in the Caucasus region since 1999 and holds a Ph.D. in International Relations from the London School of Economics.


  • Maja Vodopivec (Leiden University College)
  • Sever Dzigurski (KPSRL)

More about this event series

Fireside Peace Chats series are informal, intimate chats with peacebuilders who have either lived in for an extended period of time or are from conflict-affected environments. Fireside Peace Chats are a joint initiative of Leiden University College The Hague (LUC), Knowledge Platform for Security and Rule of the Law (KPSRL), and The Hague Humanity Hub (THHH), with an aim to open a space where practice, research and policy in peacebuilding come together in an informal way, through experience of people on the ground. This initiative aims to contribute to a locally informed paradigm shift in liberal peacebuilding.

The Hague Humanity Hub

The Hague Humanity Hub

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