We are pleased to host the second in a new programme of events by LINKS Europe and The Hague Humanity Hub, which aims to rethink approaches to conflict prevention and resolution.
This public event will include a lecture by Simon Lunn – Senior Associate Fellow at the European Leadership Network and former Secretary General of the NATO Parliamentary Assembly – on the role of parliamentary diplomacy in international relations, and particularly in the prevention, mediation and resolution of conflict: ‘Parliamentary Diplomacy – a case study of the NATO Parliamentary Assembly’. Mr. Lunn will then be joined by Sven Koopmans MP (VVD) – a member of the Netherlands Delegation to the NATO Parliamentary Assembly – for a discussion and open Q&A. The event will close with networking drinks for all those in attendance.
The Hague Conversations on Conflict is a series of discussions, lectures, workshops and networking events launched by LINKS Europe in association with The Hague Humanity Hub in June 2019. Their aim is to provide a forum where the changing nature of war and conflict can be analysed and assessed, together with the responses of international society.
Registration for the event is mandatory!