Human Rights Day: Women, Peace, and Security

Posted by on December 10, 2014
Human Rights Day: Women, Peace, and Security

This piece, by Terri McCullough, Director, No Ceilings: The Full Participation Project, is cross-posted from the Clinton Foundation blog. Agents of Peace, Agents of Change Today, on Human Rights Day, No Ceilings: The Full Participation Project is proud to join the United Nations in calling for “365 Days of Human Rights” to ensure that we not only […]

Japan Reaffirms Its Commitment to Women’s Participation in Peacebuilding

Posted by on December 8, 2014
Japan Reaffirms Its Commitment to Women’s Participation in Peacebuilding

This post by Ashley Binetti is cross-posted from the Georgetown Institute for Women, Peace and Security blog. In partnership with the Institute for Inclusive Security, Georgetown University’s Institute for Women, Peace and Security co-hosted the inaugural National Action Plan Academy December 3-5 at Georgetown University to share best practices on developing, implementing and reviewing National Action Plans. A National […]

PCDN’s Dr. Catalina Rojas Awarded the Prestigious SXSW Dewey Award for Use of Digital Technology to Help Others

Posted by on December 3, 2014

This article by Craig Zelizer is cross-posted from the Peace & Collaborative Development Network. PCDN’s Director of Innovation, Dr. Catalina Rojas, was awarded a SXSW Dewey Award for her use of digital technology to help others.  The award was recently announced on the SXSW website and Dr. Rojas will accept the award, along with the nine other international winners […]

VIDEO: Why We Need More Women at the Syria Peace Talks

Posted by on February 12, 2014

Inclusive Security Action’s Michelle Barsa outlines how Syrian women are involved in the ongoing peace talks and why their participation is so critical.

A Military Perspective on Secretary Clinton’s Legacy

Posted by on March 27, 2013

This post is by Mary Raum, PhD. Dr. Raum is Professor of National Security Affairs with the US Naval War College. Author’s Note: The thoughts contained herein are the author’s alone and do not represent the Department of Defense, its allied service branches, or the United States Naval War College. The nature of war has […]

GlobalPost: Women Waging Peace a “Must-See Panel”

Posted by on January 18, 2013
GlobalPost: Women Waging Peace a “Must-See Panel”

From GlobalPost: In front of a packed house at Harvard’s Institute of Politics last night, six women from divergent regions, cultures and backgrounds came together to share stories of how women are working to secure conflict zones and push for peaceful solutions to some of the most complicated issues in the world. From Syria to […]

In Memoriam: Annabelle T. Abaya

Posted by on November 12, 2012

This post originally appeared on Annabelle was considered by many to be the “Mother of Peace and Mediation” in the Philippines. She lived her life teaching to others the importance of open communication, and mentored and trained a new generation of Philippine mediators on these same philosophies. She served as mediation consultant for various […]

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