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Making Peace Last: A new book by Senior Associate Rob Ricigliano | 06/06/2012

In this May 2012 podcast,  Rob talks about his new book, Making Peace Last:  A Toolbox for Sustainable Peacebuilding. In the conversation with Mark Metcalf, Rob discusses the United States’ approach to peacebuilding, his work overseas, the Arab Spring, and the last decade of armed conflict in Afghanistan and Iraq and how the role of […]

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Senior Associate Eileen Babbitt speaks on genocide and conflict prevention | 06/06/2012

On May 10, as part of the annual meeting of the Alliance for Peacebuilding (AfP),  Eileen spoke on a panel entitled “Bridging the Genocide Prevention and Conflict Prevention Agendas.”  The panelists examined recent efforts by the US Government to improve capacities for genocide prevention and longer-term conflict prevention with a look at how NGOs can […]

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What incentives exist for conflicting parties to include women in their delegations to the peace table? | 06/06/2012

On April 26, Joyce Neu took part in a discussion in Geneva that was organized by the Swedish organization, Kvinna till Kvinna (Woman to Woman) to examine what it would take to get delegations to peace talks to include women in their delegations.  To date, women constitute fewer than 5% of signatories to peace agreements […]

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