Events at USIP

The U.S. Institute of Peace has long distinguished itself as one of Washington, D.C.’s premiere convening organizations, hosting global leaders, policymakers, and practitioners as they offer solutions for the world’s most dangerous conflict zones. Events ...more

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November 09, 2023 01:29:15
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Afghanistan’s Economic, Poverty and Gender Issues

It is under these precarious conditions that the World Bank has published two new reports: the latest “Afghanistan Development Update” and the third round...

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November 08, 2023 00:34:19
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The Mandela Series: Senator Reverend Raphael Warnock

On November 7, USIP held the second lecture in its Mandela Series -- honoring South African President Nelson Mandela’s life and work as a...

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November 07, 2023 01:01:18
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Russian Influence Operations in Latin America

On November 6, USIP and IBI Consultants hosted a presentation of a new report on Russian influence campaigns in Latin America. The conversation examined...

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November 04, 2023 01:36:28
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Missing Peace Global Symposium: Taking Action Through the Arts to End Conflict-Related Sexual Violence

From film to poetry, dance to music, the arts offer important approaches to addressing conflict-related sexual violence that policy briefs and academic papers cannot....

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November 03, 2023 01:10:56
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Missing Peace Global Symposium: Key Takeaways for Research, Policy and Practice to End Conflict-Related Sexual Violence

On November 2, panelists at USIP reflect on the past decade of global efforts to address conflict-related sexual violence and the key messages from...

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November 03, 2023 01:13:46
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Missing Peace Global Symposium: Integrating Conflict-Related Sexual Violence Across Policy Agendas

Conflict-related sexual violence displaces people, destroys communities, silences victims and warns of wider atrocities. It undermines reconciliation efforts and the transition to more secure...

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