Why Women Matter in Peacebuilding
Undersecretary General and Executive Director, UN Women
Senior Coordinator, Gender Equality and Women's Empowerment, USAID
Standby Team of Senior Mediation Advisers, United Nations (2011-2012) and Cofounder, International Civil Society Action Network
Professor of Law, Georgetown University Law Center, and Former Special Coordinator for Rule of Law and Humanitarian Policy, U.S. Department of Defense
This meeting was presented by the International Institutions and Global Governance Program and the Women and Foreign Policy Program.
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