Pandemics, Peace, and Justice: Shaping What Comes Next

December 09, 2020 01:05:47
Pandemics, Peace, and Justice: Shaping What Comes Next
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Pandemics, Peace, and Justice: Shaping What Comes Next
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For the last eight years, the annual PeaceCon conference has offered a dynamic platform for frontline peacebuilders, policymakers, philanthropists, and private sector and civil society leaders working at the nexus of peacebuilding, security, and development to engage in meaningful dialogue and develop substantive plans for action. This year’s conference—with the theme “Pandemics, Peace, and Justice: Shaping What Comes Next”— explored the relationship between justice and peacebuilding in the context of COVID-19 and the worldwide reckoning over systemic injustice and racism.

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