Conflict Resolution in Africa: The Case of Sudan and South Sudan

John and Frances Angelos Law Center

Join GAHSSA for our second Speaker Series event! Ambassador Princeton Lyman will be discussing conflict resolution in Africa: The case of Sudan and South Sudan.

Princeton Lyman, former US Ambassador to Nigeria and South Africa, served as US special envoy for Sudan and South Sudan from 2011 to 2013.

The Global Affairs and Human Security Student Association (GAHSSA) is an organization dedicated to the exploration of policy issues related to international relations, social and political conflict, economic issues, global health, and good governance. Through extra-curricular initiatives, GAHSSA hopes to bring new voices and different perspectives to UB and expand students’ knowledge of international affairs. 

GAHSSA's Speaker Series, is just one way that the organization is fulfilling its mission to enable students to "Think Globally, Act Locally." By discussing areas of concern related to issues such as conflict resolution in Africa, we are encouraging our student community to hear all sides of the debate and thereby developing a conversation that is enriched by multiple perspectives. 

This event is open to anyone interested in international affairs and is not limited to UB students.

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Appropriate accommodations for individuals with disabilities will be provided upon request 10 days prior to a campus event and 30 days prior to an event requiring travel.

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