The Arab Center for Research and Policy Studies will be holding an academic symposium on the Yemeni revolution on the 18 and 19 February, 2012, titled The Yemeni Revolution: Historical Background, Local Specificities, and Future Prospects". This meeting will be attended by a number of academics, researchers and other experts on Yemeni affairs.

Participants at the meeting, which will examine the future social structure and body politic of Yemen,  will discuss topics and present their research findings within the following themes: The Trajectory of Yemen through History and Yemen's Historical Significance; The Emergence of the Modern State in Yemen and the Role of Political Parties and Civil Society in Creating Change; Yemen's Economic Context; and other factors, such as tribalism and the role of women and youth, in the Yemeni revolution.

The symposium will be closed with a round-table discussion where the participants will be invited to discuss the topic "The Future of Yemen: Implications of a Post-revolutionary Reality".

The symposium will be held at the Sheraton hotel (Al- Rayyan Hall): 9 AM

To Dowload  Agenda for the Symposium click here