LIDS Fall Symposium on Friday, October 31, 12-4:30 pm

Post-Conflict Reconstruction: Rebuilding from Emergency to Development

WCC, Milstein East B+C

Join the LIDS Fall Symposium, where experts, practitioners, and academics working on issues of development and reconstruction in post-conflict countries convene to discuss strategies to best promote growth, stability, and long-term development in countries arising from violent conflict.

Lunch will begin at 12 pm with keynote speaker Donald Kaberuka, president of the African Development Bank and former minister of finance and economic planning in Rwanda.

Other notable panelists hail from the UN, World Bank, USAID, The Asia Foundation, the ABA Rule of Law Initiative, and Namati. These speakers will be part of two panels, first on Driving Economic Growth and Building Institutions After Conflict, and second, Developing Stability and Security: Post-Conflict Security Sector and Justice Reform.

The symposium will be followed by an evening reception in the Hark South Dining Room.

Please visit the LIDS website for further information and the complete schedule.

Organized by Harvard Law and International Development Society, co-sponsored by International Legal Sudies.