Events

Development Through the Lens of Peacemaking: the Role of Local Government Programming

September 16, 2004 // 12:30pm2:00pm
Mari Fitzduff, Professor and Director, Masters Program in Coexistence and Conflict, Brandeis University; Derick Brinkerhoff, Senior Fellow in International Public Management, Research Triangle Institute

Human Rights and U.S. Foreign Policy: A Bait and Switch?

September 14, 2004 // 12:30pm2:00pm
Julie Mertus, Author of Bait and Switch; Tom Malinowski, Washington Advocacy Director, Human Rights Watch

Democracy Promotion and U.S. Foreign Policy

July 13, 2004 // 9:00am11:00am
VENUE: Kenney Auditorium, Nitze Building, School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS), 1740 Massachusetts Avenue, NW, Washington, DCMarina S. Ottaway, Senior Associate, Democracy and Rule of Law Project, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace and Patrick Merloe, Senior Associate and Director, Programs on Election and Political Processes, National Democratic Institute for International Affairs

Live Webcast: Iraq After June 30

July 08, 2004 // 12:00pm1:00pm
Anthony Shadid, 2004 Pulitzer Prize winner, Islamic correspondent for the Washington Post; current visiting Scholar at the Woodrow Wilson Center

The Conflict-Development Nexus. Development Through the Lens of Peacemaking: The Role of Assistance Programs in Burundi

June 17, 2004 // 12:00pm2:00pm
Glenn Slocum, former Mission Director in Burundi and former Director of East African Affairs, United States Agency for International Development (retired); Ozong Agborsangaya, Director, Sub-Saharan Africa Programmes, Search for Common Ground and Howard Wolpe, Director, Africa Program Woodrow Wilson Center

Inclusion in Peace Processes: Who Should Have a Seat at the Table?

June 08, 2004 // 9:00am11:00am
Paul J. Hare, Executive Director, United States-Angola Chamber of Commerce and William A. Stuebner, Executive Director, Alliance for International Conflict Prevention and Resolution

Film -- Embedded in Baghdad

May 27, 2004 // 5:00pm6:00pm
The Canada Institute and the Conflict Prevention Project hosted a viewing of “Embedded in Baghdad” with Canadian documentary filmmaker Alexandre Trudeau, who spent 40 days embedded with an Iraqi family before, during, and after the fall of Baghdad in the spring of 2003.

The Conflict-Development Nexus: Exploring the Potential of Youth in Regions Emerging from Conflict

May 26, 2004 // 12:00pm2:00pm
Neema Mgana, Founder, African Regional Youth Initiative and Program Director of the youth component, American Friends Service Committee's Africa Initiative; Patricia Langan, Program Director, International Youth Foundation's employment center; and Michael Shipler, Children and Youth Division Coordinator, Search for Common Ground.

The Responsibility to Protect – The Capacity to Prevent and the Capacity to Intervene

May 05, 2004 // 1:00pm5:00pm
The Africa Program and the Conflict Prevention Project of the Woodrow Wilson Center join with the Committee on Conscience of the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum in inviting you to participate in the second part of a two-part series on "Fulfilling a Responsibility to Protect:What Will It Take To End the ‘Age of Genocide'?" On the evening of May 4, at 7:00 p.m., Pulitzer Prize winning author, Samantha Power, will be delivering a keynote address at the US Holocaust Memorial Museum. Then, on the afternoon of May 5, the Wilson Center will host two panels featuring leading analysts and representatives of key international institutions.

Film Screening: Ghosts of Rwanda

May 04, 2004 // 12:30pm3:00pm
Through interviews with key government officials, diplomats, survivors of the slaughter, and even some of the genocide's perpetrators, this two-hour documentary offers groundbreaking, eyewitness accounts of the genocide.

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