Oxford Pastoralist Research Day | Reflections on Resilience: A conversation with policy makers and practitioners on new research and emerging trends in the Horn of Africa
Researchers and practitioners are invited to share their experiences on this day. Please contact either: Jason.firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
The droughts of 2011 and 2012 launched a system wide focus on support to ‘resilience’ as a mode of response to crisis affected communities in the Horn. The return of a harsh drought and after effects of El Niño 2015 to 2017 once again draws attention to the ways in which pastoralist livelihood systems in particular, have been responding to the complex changes in the political, social and economic environment of the Horn of Africa. Challenges continue in reflecting on the adequacy of the ‘resiliency approach’ and to analyse what lessons have been learnt over the last four years on applying this model.
The Pastoralist Research day is to bring together locally based researchers and practitioners to review new debates on the concept of resilience and examine their appropriateness to the issues being faced by communities and responding agencies in the Horn.
5 June 2018, 9:00 (Tuesday, 7th week, Trinity 2018)
13 Bevington Road, 13 Bevington Road OX2 6NB
African Studies Centre seminar room
Speaker: Various Speakers
Centre for African Studies
Jason Mosley (University of Oxford)
Northeast Africa Forum seminar series
By invitation. Please see CFP.