An exciting TED series featuring cross-disciplinary, cross-generational programs focussed on how women think and work, communicate and collaborate, learn and lead.
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Women War Peace: The Politics of Peacebuilding
Three women of international renown share their experience in fostering peace and human rights in Uganda, the Philippines and Colombia.
Social Enterprise Conference: Nobel Laureate Leymah Gbowee
Leymah Gbowee, founder and executive director of the Women Peace and Security Network Africa and Nobel Peace Laureate, spoke in conversation with Harold Evans, editor at large at Thomson Reuters.
Women, Peacebuilding and Advancing the Rule of Law
Melanee Verveer, co-founder of Vital Women’s voices and Swanee Hunt, Chair of the Institute for Inclusive Security (formerly Women Waging Peace) at the American Society of International Law (ASIL).
Women War and Peace
Noeleen Heyzer, former Executive Director of the United Nations Development Fund for Women gives a comprehensive review of the state of human rights issues for women around the world.
Abigail Disney: Peace is Loud
Film producer, humanitarian, and founder and president of the Daphne Foundation, and recipient of an honorary degree from Lawrence University talks about the role of women in peacebuilding
A Panel Discussion on the PBS Series: Women War and Peace
A discussion about the roles of women during war and their involvement in peace processes with Helen Benedict, Author of Sand Queen; Abigail Disney, Executive Producer of Women War and Peace; LTC Elizabeth Medina, Harvard National Security Fellow; Sahana Dharmapuri (Moderator), Carr Center Fellow. Hosted by the Institute of Politics
Pray the Devil Back to Hell: Q & A at the Brooklyn Museum
A dialogue and question-and-answer session with Gini Reticker and Dr. Elizabeth Sackler follows the screening of the award-winning documentary Pray the Devil Back to Hell.