On March 18, 2021, USIP and the Heller School for Social Policy and Management at Brandeis University hosted a timely discussion on how applying the principles of diversity, equity, and inclusion can contribute to more effective U.S. peace and development programs around the world. Panelists considered efforts to meaningfully engage marginalized or underrepresented groups such as women, youth, and social movement actors to support locally driven peacebuilding.
Corinne Graff, introductory remarks Senior Advisor, Conflict Prevention and Fragility, U.S. Institute of Peace
Susanna Campbell Assistant Professor, School of International Service, American University
Rosa Emilia Salamanca Executive Director, Corporación de Investigación y Acción Social y Económica (CIASE) in Colombia
Jennifer Hawkins Senior Women, Peace, and Security Advisor, U.S. Agency for International Development
Joseph Sany Vice President, Africa Center, U.S. Institute of Peace
Pamina Firchow, moderator Associate Professor of Conflict Resolution and Coexistence, Brandeis University
For more information about this event, please visit: https://www.usip.org/events/can-diversity-equity-and-inclusion-deliver-peace
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