International Research and Policy Workshop on Employment and Stability

In order to review the key issues in the field, identify priority areas for further research and to guide the design and implementation of the new research project “Employment for Stability”, the project consortium has engaged with a select number of diverse stakeholders in a number of workshops.

This first full-day workshop, consisting of five separate sessions over two days, was hosted by our consortium member INES-Ruhengeri, the Institute of Applied Sciences in Rwanda. This small-scale meeting was held under the Chatham House Rule to enable personal and open dialogue.


  • Tilman Brück
    Senior Researcher, The Hague Institute
  • Neil Ferguson
    Researcher, The Hague Institute
  • Tom Buitelaar
    Researcher, The Hague Institute
  • Fabienne Smith
    Research Assistant, The Hague Institute
  • Gonzalves Nshimiyimana
  • Eugenia Kayitesi
    IPAR Institute of Policy Analysis and Research-Rwanda
  • Joseph Nkurunziza
    Never Again Rwanda


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