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Panel Discussions - November 09, 2011

Crowdsourcing and Conflict Prevention

Nick Martin, the President of the organization TechChange captured the essence of how crowdsourcing techniques can strengthen conflict prevention, saying, “In a conflict prevention scenario, good enough information now is probably a lot better than perfect information in two weeks.” 

 

Speaker Events - July 15, 2011

Blood and Borders: RtoP and Kin-States

Nations and states seldom overlap. As a result, map lines delineating statehood can become blurred by bloodlines of nationhood. People sharing the same ethnicity may live on different sides of the border: some in the “motherland,” where they are a majority, and others in a neighboring state where they are a minority.  

 

Speaker Events - June 29, 2011

Mulet: Lucky We Had Peacekeeping Mission in Haiti

In an appearance at IPI, Assistant Secretary-General for Peacekeeping Operations Edmond Mulet described in harrowing detail the conditions he found in Haiti in the immediate aftermath of the earthquake in January, 2010 and how overwhelmed the country was in trying to survive the devastation.  

 

Speaker Events - June 29, 2011

Mukwege: "A Vicious Cycle of Rape, Silence, and Impunity"

Addressing a large gathering at IPI, Dr. Denis Mukwege, the renowned founder of a hospital in the Democratic Republic of the Congo that treats victims of sexual violence, spoke feelingly of the thousands of young women who, having been raped, are condemned to lives of being shunned by their families and seeing their rapists move about freely in society, unrepentant and unpunished.  

 

Speaker Events - June 27, 2011

World Bank Report: Security, Justice, and Jobs Crucial to End Violence

On June 27, 2011, the International Peace Institute (IPI) hosted a forum on the policy implications of the World Development Report 2011: Conflict, Security, and Development