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1 Dec 2022



This space is devoted for any available positions are the Center for Conflict and Humanitarian Studies...

Sudan in Transition: Charting a Pathway to Renewed Civilian Rule 3 Oct 2022


Sudan in Transition: Charting a Pathway to Renewed Civilian Rule

On Monday 3 October 2022, the Center for Conflict and humanitarian Studies will host a symposium on "Sudan in Transition: Charting a Pathway to Renewed Civilian Rule". It will take place in the Main Auditorium- Cultural Foundation – Center for Conflict and Humanitarian Studies, at 17:00 Doha Time (GMT+3)...

14 Mar 2023


The Drivers of Turkish Foreign Policy in the Middle East Under the AKP: Conflicts and Cooperation

Center for Conflict and Humanitarian Studies and the Conflict Management and Humanitarian Action program at Doha Institute are hosting Dr Lenore G. Martin, Professor in the Department of Political Science and International Studies, at Emmanuel College in Boston, and an Associate the Weatherhead Center for International Affairs and the Center for Middle Eastern Studies at Harvard University

5 Feb 2023


The Humanitarian Situation in Afghanistan and the Rohingya Refugee Crisis

The Center for Conflict and Humanitarian Studies (CHS), in joint collaboration with the Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR), are hosting Mr. Indrika Ratwatte, the Director of UNHCR Regional Bureau for Asia and the Pacific..

28 Nov 2021


Sultan Barakat, Richard Ponzio

A Step-by-Step Roadmap for Action on Afghanistan: What the United Nations and International Community Can and Should Do

With the sudden Taliban takeover in August, Afghanistan now faces severe, multi-faceted, and interlocking humanitarian, economic, and political crises. As the country stands on the precipice of a major catastrophe, there is one global actor that can help the country pull back from the brink: the United Nations...

9 Jul 2021


Ibrahim Khatib

Attitudes of Indigenous Minority Leaders toward Political Events in Their Trans-State National Group: Between Identity, Conflict and Values

How do leaders of indigenous minorities perceive political events among their trans-state national group? What motivates their attitudes toward these events? This article, drawing on a survey and elite interviews, examines the attitudes of Palestinian leaders in Israel, as a case study of an indigenous minority...

Afghan Girls going to school 3 Nov 2022


Sana Tariq

Afghan girls need to be back in school. Here's how to help

International interlocutors must engage with the hardline ministers who are responsible for the closure.

Israel-Intercept-Gaza-Blockade-Flotilla 5 Oct 2016


Sultan Barakat

Analysis: Israel should compromise on Gaza-bound flotilla

Israeli armed forces have told Al Jazeera that their navy is about to intercept a boat with female activists heading towards the Gaza Strip. The boat set sail from Barcelona last month, with the stated aim of breaking the Gaza blockade, which has been in place since 2007. Speaking to Al Jazeera, Sultan Barakat, director of the Center for Conflict and Humanitarian Studies, said: “The protest flotilla boat will draw attention to the Gaza siege and Israel can concede and compromise if the right pressure is applied on it by the international community.”

Syrian Refugees camp 5 Dec 2021


Sultan Barakat

From Syria.. The Application of International Standards

There are more than 6 million people whose humanity has been violated in tents over the past years inside Syria, while there are about two million in the camps of neighboring countries.....

What-Can-Investigation-Into-Khashoggi-Murder-Achieve 28 Jan 2019


Sultan Barakat

What can investigation into Khashoggi's murder achieve? l Inside Story

Jamal Khashoggi was a critic of the Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman. The journalist was killed at the Saudi consulate in Istanbul almost four months ago. But his body or remains have never been recovered, and the murder case remains unresolved. Turkey's not satisfied by the Saudis' own investigations and wants a full international inquiry. What it’s got is an independent investigation led by the UN’s special rapporteur on extrajudicial executions. Agnes Callamard and her team are in Turkey for a week-long mission. She also wants to visit Saudi Arabia. But will this independent international inquiry make any difference anyway? Can Saudi Arabia be held to account?