Following the event on Human Rights-Based Approaches to Protracted Conflicts on March 27th, our colleagues from the Endless Conflict Project– Glasgow team member, GCILS’ Dr. Giedre Jokubauskaite and Berlin team members Dr. Andreas Buser and Sofie-Marie Terrey prepared a policy brief outlining the main debates, outcomes, and recommendations that emerged from discussions amongst our attendees and panelists.
The event aimed to bring together scholars and practitioners working on HRBA and human rights law to facilitate dialogue on the content and promise of HRBA in protracted conflicts. The aim was to take stock of existing knowledge, evidence, and understanding in this area of research, and to share knowledge and insights across academic and practitioner communities to better navigate the relationship between HRBA and human rights law in protracted conflict.
For more information, please visit the Endless Conflict Project’s website. You can also access the policy brief , clicking on the paper below: