Podcast: Conflict Prevention in The Hague

On Friday, 5 February 2016 the Institute interviewed Frans Bouwen to discuss his pilot project on conflict prevention in the metropolitan area of The Hague. The project, City of The Hague in Conflict Prevention within the Metropolitan Area involves international research that aims to understand how municipal forms of governance can prevent and mitigate violent conflict.

Mr. Bouwen is lead coordinator of the pilot project and a Special Advisor at the Institute. He is also the Founder and Director of The Hague Process on Refugees and Migration.

This podcast interview is part of a new series of conversations with Hague Institute experts about their research and work in the field.


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