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Conflict Resolution in Africa - Role of the United Nations

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ICERM Radio invites you to tune in for its Lecture Program on Conflict Resolution and Peacebuilding in Africa - The Role of the United Nations;

Featuring Ambassador Shola Jonathan Omoregie, Former Representative of the United Nations Secretary-General for Guinea-Bissau and Head of the United Nations Peacebuilding Support Office in Guinea-Bissau (UNOGBIS). 

Date: Wednesday, November 6, 2013 at 2 pm in ET New York. 

Ambassador Shola Omoregie is founder and Chief Operating Officer of the Africa Peace Support, LLC, an international consulting firm with a focus on political and security consultancy.  A former career diplomat at the United Nations, Ambassador Omoregie is an expert on the United Nations Security Council and peace operations having had a dedicated and distinguished service at the United Nations spanning over three decades. From January to March 2010, he led an International Team of Consultants to review ten African Union Political Liaison Offices/Missions in Africa. He currently moderates seminars organized by United Nations Institute for Training and Research (UNITAR) in Multilateral Diplomacy, which strengthens Member States capacities and helps them to perform effectively in the United Nations.

From October 2006 - December 2008, he served as the Representative of the United Nations Secretary-General in Guinea-Bissau and Head of United Nations Peace-building Support office in Guinea-Bissau (UNOGBIS). Prior to this, he was Chief of Branch of the United Nations Security Council Practices and Charter Research Branch in the Security Council Affairs Division of the Department of Political Affairs, and had also served in the Sanctions and Secretariat Branches of the Security Council Affairs Division.

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