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November 4-9, 2002
Women Peace Builders from Iraq, Afghanistan, and the Middle East Join Others at Colloquium to Offer Alternative Solutions for Sustaining Peace
For centuries women have been bridging religious, ethnic, and cultural divides. Today more than ever, as the situation in Iraq and the continuing war on terrorism dominate world headlines and political agendas, that critical expertise is needed at the policy-making table.

November 4-9, 2002
Women Peace Builders from Iraq, Afghanistan, the Middle East, and Other Conflict Zones Meet to Call for Inclusion in Peace Processes
As the situation in Iraq and the continuing war on terrorism dominate world headlines and political agendas, more than 30 women peace builders will come together to call for the full involvement of women in addressing issues of peace and security.

November 8, 2002
Women Peace Builders from Iraq, Afghanistan, the Middle East, and Other Conflict Zones Discuss Inclusive Security with U.S. and International Policymakers
As the situation in Iraq and the continuing war on terrorism dominate world headlines and political agendas, more than 30 women peace builders will meet with U.S. and international policymakers to offer innovative security alternatives for addressing the world's seemingly intractable conflicts.

September 3-4, 2002
Leading Women Peace Builders from the Americas Offer Alternative Solutions to Violent Conflict

Leading women peace builders from South and North America will meet with high-level policymakers in Antigua to exchange innovative strategies for ending violent conflict.

September 3-4, 2002
Women Peace Builders from the Americas Call for Inclusion in Peace Process
Members of the Women Waging Peace network from Guatemala, Colombia, and the United States will call for the full implementation of United Nations Security Council Resolution 1325, a major policy statement that urges all member states to include women in the peace process at the local, regional, and international levels.

July 4, 2002
Former US Ambassador to Austria Convenes Policymakers and Women Peace Builders on the 4th of July
On July 4th, as Americans celebrate the ideals of democracy and inclusion behind the founding of their country while the FBI warns them to be on guard against possible terrorist threats, 35 women peace builders will meet in Vienna with European and American policymakers to offer innovative alternatives to violent conflict.

June 17, 2002
Women Peace Builders from Europe and the Middle East Call for Inclusion in Peace Processes

As the war on terrorism continues to dominate headlines and political agendas, more than 30 women peace builders will meet with European policymakers to offer innovative alternatives to traditional conflict resolution.

April 28, 2002
Women Waging Peace added to Computerworld Honors Collection
The Women Waging Peace initiative has been inducted into the Computerworld Honors Collection, an online archive of case studies solicited from visionary individuals and organizations that are using information technology to benefit society.



 

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