Role of Morocco in Conflict Resolution in Subsaharan Africa
Lecture on "Role of Morocco in conflict resolution in Subsaharan Africa" will be given by Mrs. Kathrin Warweg on October 17October 20th, 2018
The Cultural Center of the Embassy of the Kingdom Morocco in Berlin organizes a lecture given by Mrs. Kathrin Warweg, followed by a question and answer session and reception afterwards.
The lecturer, Kathrin Warweg, studied in the Fernuniversität Hagen and the Humboldt-Universität Berlin. She specializes in Africanistic, Leadership Development, Conflict Transformation, Poverty Eradication and currently operates in the Leadership Development Institute. She is also the author of the publication “Successful Conflict Transformation in the Arab World: The Mediation Achievements of the Kings”.
The main focus of the lecture will be on ethno-political conflicts in the Arab world and the Moroccan King, Mohammed VI, who mediated in the Mali conflict. The views of the Moroccan King on current world events and his approaches to non-violent conflict transformation have become clear and Morocco is seen as a good example of conflict mediation. These approaches can be regarded as solid examples of cultural diplomacy being practiced.
The event will take a place in the Cultural Center of the Embassy of the Kingdom Morocco in Berlin, in Niederwallstr. 39, on Wednesday October 17th from 18:00 to 19:30. The lecture will be held in the German language, however translation will be provided. There is no admission fee and the event is open for public, however registration is necessary. You can register by sending a conformation to firstname.lastname@example.org by October 10th.