In a world fraught with political turmoil, who are the most active and efficient actors in building peace? A thought-provoking discussion aimed at identifying the different approaches to establishing peace and to challenge how these visions might best interlace to cultivate peace. From advising armed groups to training women as peace-builders, our stellar panel of speakers from the fields of diplomacy, justice and civil society, work on the ground at helping regions in conflict worldwide to build lasting peace.
Chaired by Elizabeth Drew, Conflict advisor for Yemen with DFID
Carne Ross Founder, Independent Diplomat
Elpida Rouka, Senior Political Affairs Officer (former Chief of Staff) a.i. Office of the Special Envoy for Syria, United Nations
Laila Alodaat Syrian human rights lawyer and MENA Director, Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom
Jonathan Cohen Director, Conciliation Resources
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