Why Women Matter to Peace and Security in the Indo-Pacific

June 22, 2023 01:02:32
Why Women Matter to Peace and Security in the Indo-Pacific
Events at USIP
Why Women Matter to Peace and Security in the Indo-Pacific

Jun 22 2023 | 01:02:32


Show Notes

On June 21, USIP hosted a panel discussion with members of U.S. INDOPACOM, who discussed why gender-inclusive policies are critical to security in the region. Opening remarks were followed by a panel discussion on progress toward expanding gender-inclusion in security strategy and operations across the region.

Continue the conversation on Twitter using #WPSIndoPac.


Air Commodore Chris Robson
WPS General Officer, United States Indo-Pacific Command

Brigadier General Maura M. Hennigan
President, Marine Corps University

Sharon Gouveia Feist
Gender Advisor, United States Indo-Pacific Command

Dr. Jennifer Staats
Director of East Asia and Pacific Programs, USIP

Dr. Kathleen Kuehnast, moderator
Director, Women, Peace and Security, USIP


For more information about this event, please visit: https://www.usip.org/events/why-women-matter-peace-and-security-indo-pacific


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