Dr. Joshua Rogers

Berghof Foundation, Germany

Joshua is a Senior Project Manager and Advisor in Berghof’s Yemen Team, focusing on supporting the peace process and strengthening inclusive local governance in Yemen. He is leading Berghof’s new strategic focus on integrating anti-corruption considerations in peace processes, drawing on the experience of corruption perceptions in popular opposition to the regime and the role of war economies in perpetuating conflict in Yemen, as well as his research on political settlements and the political economy of conflict.

He holds a PhD in International Development from SOAS, University of London and previously worked for Saferworld, the EU Delegation in Sanaa, and the International Network on Conflict and Fragility.

A Double Challenge for Peacebuilders: Exploring the Vicious Circle of Corruption and Conflict

Virtual Session 22Relate

This session will explore the complex system of corruption and violent conflict and identify opportunities for peacebuilders to address the conflict-corruption system and support anti-corruption measures.

Joshua is a Senior Project Manager and Advisor in Berghof’s Yemen Team, focusing on supporting the peace process and strengthening inclusive local governance in Yemen. He is leading Berghof’s new strategic focus on integrating anti-corruption considerations in peace processes, drawing on the experience of corruption perceptions in popular opposition to the regime and the role of war economies in perpetuating conflict in Yemen, as well as his research on political settlements and the political economy of conflict.

He holds a PhD in International Development from SOAS, University of London and previously worked for Saferworld, the EU Delegation in Sanaa, and the International Network on Conflict and Fragility.

A Double Challenge for Peacebuilders: Exploring the Vicious Circle of Corruption and Conflict

Virtual Session 22Relate

This session will explore the complex system of corruption and violent conflict and identify opportunities for peacebuilders to address the conflict-corruption system and support anti-corruption measures.

The FriEnt Peacebuilding Forum is a series of events on current and overarching challenges and trends in peacebuilding. With the Peacebuilding Forum, we want to provide future-oriented impulses for the development of peacebuilding and strengthen the visibility and importance of the policy field in its entirety.

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