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Sent: Monday, March 17, 2014 12:25 PM Subject: CONF: A Commonwealth approach to development? Paris Diderot 31 March 2014 A Commonwealth approach to development? theory, networks and outcomes Université Paris DiderotAmphi 2 – Bât. Olympe de GougesRue Albert Einstein75013 Paris Metro 14 / RER C Bibliothèque F. MitterrandTram 3 Avenue de France A Commonwealth of States - and Peoples9.30 Welcome and introduction Mélanie Torrent, Université Paris Diderot9.45 Keynote address Ceri Edmonds, Policy Advisor, UK Permanent Delegation to UNESCO10.15 Debate Coffee break Decolonising development practicesChair: Virginie Roiron, IEP Strasbourg11.00 The Greatest Empire-Reformers The World Has Ever Seen: British colonial development in Africa after the Second World War Charlotte Riley, University of York11.30 Development as Imperial Legacy? Imagined Perspectives on the Partition of India Martina Ghosh Schellhorn, Universität des Saarlandes12.00 Debate *** Rethinking dependence: British power and Commonwealth influenceChair: Adrien Rodd, Université Versailles-Saint-Quentin14.15 Britain, the Commonwealth and the non-self-governing territories Peter Clegg, University of the West of England14.45 Re-assessing British influence: development practices in the Commonwealth and the EU Amelia Hadfield, Canterbury Christ Church University15.15 Debate Tea break Is the Commonwealth making a difference?Chair: Ron Leask, Université de Strasbourg16.00 The Commonwealth and migration as development Richard Bourne, Institute of Commonwealth Studies & Ramphal Institute16.30 A comparative study of the Commonwealth and the United Nations: Achievements, challenges and perspectives in the Caribbean Marie-Claude Machon, Business and Professional Women - France17.00 Debate and conclusions With the support of LARCA (UMR 8225) and SAGE (UMR 7363) With the kind participation of the Taylor & Francis Group (Routledge) See also: http://www.univ-paris-diderot.fr/CHVE/enseignants/mtorrent/File/CWApproach31March(1).pdf -- --