Protecting threatened populations is anything but straightforward. The 2007 annual National Foreign Policy Conference (NFPC) explores a nexus of issues that inform how we understand contemporary Canadian interventions and how we plan future international deployments. Why does Canada intervene and under what circumstances? What are and should be the limits of state sovereignty? Where should priorities lie when planning post-conflict reconstruction? How do we build healthy post-conflict economies? What can we learn from Canadian experience?
CIGI is a proud sponsor of this event.
- The New International Security Environment
- Collaborative Responses to International Conflicts
- From Conflict to Reconstruction
- Conditions for Stability and Human Rights
- Building Functioning Economies
- Conflict and Intervention: Canadian Experiences
- Afghanistan, Haiti, Sudan
Speakers (confirmed and invited)
- Chris Alexander, Deputy Special Representative of the UN Secretary-General in Afghanistan
- Fen Hampson,Director, Norman Paterson School of International Affairs, Carleton University
- Robert Greenhill, President, Canadian International Development Agency
- Andrew F. Cooper, Associate Director, Centre for International Governance Innovation
- Carolyn McAskie, Assistant Secretary-General for Peacekeeping Support, UN
Early Registration Fees (until February 21):
$195 CIIA Members
$150 CIIA Young Professional Members
$60 CIIA Student Members
$90 Student Non-Member
Join the CIIA to take advantage of membership discounts for the conference and throughout the year at your closest CIIA branch. For a total of $270 or $305 (with International Journal), you will be able to register for the NFPC and become a CIIA member until March 2008.
* NFPC fee ($195) + membership ($75) = $270
* NFPC fee ($195) + membership with IJ ($110) = $305
A special conference rate of $139 per night is available at the Omni Hotel. This rate is guaranteed for reservations made until February 21. Please reserve accomodations with the hotel directly by calling (514) 284-1110. For more information on the Omni Hotel, click here.