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Inaugural Departmental Conference on Emerging Issues: Israel-Palestine Unending Conflict and Its Implications for Global Peace


Inaugural Departmental Conference on Emerging Issues: Israel-Palestine Unending Conflict and Its Implications for Global Peace

Caleb University’s Department of Political Science is thrilled to extend a heartfelt invitation to you for our inaugural departmental conference on emerging issues, scheduled for Wednesday, November 15, 2023. This event is designed to serve as a public platform for stimulating intellectual discourse on a topic of immense global significance. We have chosen the theme “Israel-Palestine Unending Conflict: Implications for Global Peace” to foster an in-depth exploration of this longstanding and complex issue.

Event Details

Date: Wednesday, November 15, 2023 Time: 11:00 am – 1:00 pm Venue: Auditorium

We are honored to announce that the Vice Chancellor, Prof. Nosa Owens-Ibie, representing Caleb University’s Political Science Department, extends a warm and cordial welcome to all attendees. This conference is designed to provide an open and engaging platform for the exchange of ideas, analyses, and discussions on the Israel-Palestine conflict and its profound implications for global peace.

Guest Speaker

We are truly privileged to have Prof. Akhaine Sylvester Odion as our distinguished Guest Speaker for this momentous occasion. Prof. Akhaine holds a Ph.D. in Politics from Royal Holloway, University of London, and currently serves as a Professor in the Department of Political Science at Lagos State University. His extensive expertise in political science and international relations makes him exceptionally qualified to shed light on the multifaceted issues surrounding the Israel-Palestine conflict.


In addition to our esteemed Guest Speaker, we are pleased to introduce two distinguished speakers who will contribute their invaluable insights and perspectives to the discussion:

  1. Dr. Samuel Idowu
  2. Dr. David Kosoko

These experts are renowned for their contributions to the field and will provide a comprehensive understanding of the historical, political, and social aspects of the Israel-Palestine conflict, as well as its far-reaching implications for global peace.

Why This Conference Matters

The Israel-Palestine conflict has persisted as one of the most contentious and long-standing issues in global politics for decades. Its repercussions extend far beyond the region, impacting global stability, international relations, and the pursuit of peace. By delving into the intricacies of this conflict, we hope to foster a deeper understanding of the situation and explore potential pathways toward a peaceful resolution.

We firmly believe that open and informed dialogue is the first step in finding a lasting solution to this enduring issue. This conference provides a unique opportunity for academics, students, and the general public to engage with experts and contribute to the discourse on a topic of global importance.

We are genuinely excited to host this inaugural departmental conference and extend a warm invitation to all who are interested in the Israel-Palestine conflict and its implications for global peace. The event promises to be enlightening and thought-provoking as we explore the dynamics of this protracted conflict and seek ways to contribute to a more peaceful world.

We eagerly anticipate your participation in this intellectual exchange. Join us on Wednesday, November 15, 2023, at 11:00 am in the Auditorium for an engaging discussion that could have a lasting impact on the quest for global peace.


Olawale Adekoya Information,

Media & Publication Specialist, Caleb University

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