From Global Promise to National Action: States and Civil Societies Advancing Women, Peace and Security

Young Women gather at YWCA Freetown Sierra Leone - Photo by Alex Amling
Event Date: Wednesday, October 19, 2016
Event Location: International Peace Institute

In partnership with Inclusive Security and the International Peace Institute, OEF Research hosted a panel discussion on their newest report, From Global Promise to National Action: Advancing Women, Peace, and Security in the Democratic Republic of Congo, the Philippines, Serbia, and Sierra Leone.

Speakers:
Julienne Lusenge, Director, Fund for Congolese Women
Maria Cleofe Gettie Sandoval, former Undersecretary, Office of the Presidential Adviser on the Peace Process, Philippines
Miki Jacevic, Vice Chair, Inclusive Security
Alexandra Amling, Researcher on Women, Peace, and Security, OEF Research

Moderator:
Marie O’Reilly, Director of Research, Inclusive Security

Watch the event here, and click here for a recap on Twitter.

Photos by Joe Peoples.

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