Female leadership in peacebuilding: What can we learn from women in the field?
8 March, 2021 @ 2:00 pm
Panel Talk (YouTube Livestream) and After Event Networking Session (Zoom)!
Note: Separate registration.
As part of the celebrations last year (2020) we saw firm commitments from the United Nations Secretary General on the Women, Peace, and Security agenda and a reminder that we run the risk of losing hard-fought gains on gender equality and peace and recovering better from the COVID-19 pandemic. The recent achievements of female leaders during the COVID-19 crisis have underlined the positive contributions and inclusive recovery female leaders can provide.
In response to two questions the chair asked in 2019 “where are the women after Resolution 1325 and where are the women in global governance?“, we are asking this panel:
- What can be learnt from the Women who have excelled in the peace and security environment and what can we learn from their contributions?
- What have we learned in the last 20 years since the launch of the Women Peace and Security agenda?
- What lessons can young peace builders learn from women who have worked in the peace and security environment?
Fleur Ravensbergen – Deputy Director and Co-founder of Dialogue Advisory Group
Cristina Petcu – Research Associate, STIMSON
Aya Chebbi – African Union Youth Envoy
Professor Alanna O’Malley – The Chair of UN Studies in Peace and Justice
Questions & more information
If you would like to submit questions to the panelists use the chat section of the YouTube stream, question section in the registration form, or email the Chair of UN Studies at email@example.com.
If you have a question or require more information about the event or the Chair of UN Studies in Peace and Justice, please contact Isi Madojemu at firstname.lastname@example.org
After Event Networking
Jill Wilkinson, Managing Director at the Humanity Hub will facilitate this session. In one hour, you will be get the chance to join multiple break-out rooms in small groups, in which certain topics or themes that have to do with International Women’s Day get to be discussed, on which you can give your input. Grab this chance to keep the conversation going and meet new people!
Grab this chance to keep the conversation going and meet new people!