Pastoralism

Find here the report of the Vijverbergsession on Pastoralism, 9 June 2011

Workshop at the Ministry EL&I by Ced Hesse (IIED, London), 29 September 2011

Introductions were given by:

Dr. Sarah Ossiya, Consultant Pastoral Investment Initiative, AU-IBAR, African Union, Kenya
Mr. David Nkedianye, ex-ILRI and now director of Reto-o-Reto from Kenya
Mr. Michael Odhiambo, Resource Conflict Institute (RECONCILE), Kenya
Mrs. Ann Waters-Bayer, ETC Ecoculture

June 9, 2011, Presentations and lectures in The Hague, starting at 12.00h

12.00 – 14.00 uur:  Lunch: lecture and discussion at the Ministry of Economic Affairs, Agriculture & Innovation, The Hague

14.30 – 16.30 uur: Lecture and discussion at the ISS, Institute of Social Studies, Kortenaerkade 12, 2518 AX Den Haag, 070 4260460. Introductions by Professor Mohamed Salih (ISS), chaired by Professor Ton Dietz (Professor of Human Geography at the University of Amsterdam and director of the African Studies Centre and Professor in African Development at Leyden University.)

17.00 – 19.00 uur: Vijverbergsessie, Chaired by professor Ton Dietz

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