Conferences Discuss Women's Beneficial Role in Peace and Security
December 21, 2016: Inclusive Security's December newsletter reports on various conferences highlighting the added value of women's involvement in peace and security processes:
- Allison Peters presented at a conference in Vienna organized by the Organization for Security and Co-Operation in Europe. She summarized our work in Pakistan—highlighting several policy recommendations—and explained why we focus on advancing women’s inclusion in law enforcement to combat violent extremism.
- Jacqueline O’Neill attended the Halifax International Security Forum in Canada, where she was interviewed by Defense & Aerospace Report about the role of women in global stability. Watch »
- Inclusive Security Founder and Chair, Ambassador Swanee Hunt, spoke at the Fourth Annual Sheikha Fatima Lecture at the United States Institute of Peace on “The Role of Women in Promoting Peaceful and Inclusive Societies." Read more »
- Marie O’Reilly spoke about integrating a gender perspective into the UN Sustainable Development Goals at an event in New York hosted by the International Peace Institute, the Permanent Mission of Estonia to the UN, and Saferworld.
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