The FINANCIAL — The 2012 Irish OSCE Chairmanship will host a high level conference in Dublin on 27 April, entitled ‘Shared Future: Building and Sustaining Peace, the Northern Ireland case study.’
According to OSCE, the conference will present the experience of achieving a peaceful political settlement in Northern Ireland as a case study of possible relevance to conflict resolution efforts in the OSCE area and elsewhere.
The conference will be moderated by the former President of Finland and Nobel Peace Prize winner, Martti Ahtisaari, who will bring his unique experience of conflict resolution and mediation to bear on discussions. Former US Senator George Mitchell, who chaired the negotiations for the Good Friday Agreement, will also talk at the conference.
The opening session of the conference will be streamed live on this website. This session will analyze the political process which led to the Good Friday Agreement of 1998 and the processes and institutions which have sustained it. The speakers at this session will be Irish Deputy Prime Minister Gilmore; First Minister of the Northern Ireland Executive, Peter Robinson; Deputy First Minister of the Northern Ireland Executive, Martin McGuinness; and Secretary of State for Northern Ireland, Owen Paterson. OSCE Secretary General Lamberto Zannier will also talk during the opening session.
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