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Scientific program

Details of the scientific program, abstracts and draft papers.

Available in a printable form as a pdf file.

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Final scientific programme

20 June 2007
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Correlates of War Project (Opening session (Thursday 21 June))

Short Presentation
Tuesday 3 July 2007 by D. Scott Bennett


Introductions of the Participants (Opening session (Thursday 21 June))

Tuesday 3 July 2007


Results from the Evaluation Questionnaire (Concluding session)

Tuesday 3 July 2007 by Mayeul Kauffmann


Conclusion and Future Work (Concluding session)

Tuesday 3 July 2007 by Richard Petris


Final Debate: Where do we go from here? (Concluding session)

Tuesday 3 July 2007 by Mayeul Kauffmann, Richard Petris


Debate on Coding Guidelines (Tools and practices for managing, displaying and disseminating datasets (Saturday 23 June))

Monday 2 July 2007 by Mayeul Kauffmann
This debate focuses on some guidelines that should be used when creating new datasets. > continue


Merged data at UNEP (Merging datasets)

Thursday 21 June 2007 by Hy Dao
Short presentation of the ENVSEC project. > continue


Welcome address (Opening session (Thursday 21 June))

Wednesday 20 June 2007 by Richard Petris
This will introduce the workshop and present its main goals > continue


Design and use of databases related to human rights (Datasets used by NGOs - Awareness raising and advocacy (Friday 22 June, 9:15))

Monday 18 June 2007 by Nino Gvedashvili
I will give a short presentation about the use of databases related to human rights at HRIDC. More detailed, I will share our experience on monitoring human rights in Georgia, making the database on it and practice of its using (reporting) and present the report that was prepared based on our (...) > continue


Conflict and Environment: data, simulation and visualisation (Tools and practices for managing, displaying and disseminating datasets (Saturday 23 June))

The Importance of Institutional Factors and the example of Rwanda
Monday 18 June 2007 by Urs Luterbacher
This paper intends to explore once more the vexing question of the relationship between environment and conflict. Given the fact that the empirical evidence about this relation is ambiguous, it suggests that the link between the two issues only makes sense and works whenever institutional (...) > continue


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