Carnegie Peacebuilding Conversations

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Carnegie Peacebuilding Conversations

Time: September 24, 2018 at 9am to September 26, 2018 at 5pm
Location: The Peace Palace
Street: Carnegieplein 2, 2517 KJ
City/Town: The Hague, NETHERLANDS
Website or Map: https://www.carnegiepeacebuil…
Event Type: conversations
Organized By: The Carnegie Foundation and Its Partners
Latest Activity: Aug 15

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The Carnegie Peacebuilding Conversations is a three-day program presented by Carnegie institutions worldwide and other partners. By connecting leading stakeholders from various backgrounds and generations, as well as underrepresented players, around conflict-related themes, the Carnegie Peacebuilding Conversations aim to generate unexpected insights and routes for progress in promoting world peace. The Carnegie Peacebuilding Conversations take place at the Peace Palace, the international icon of peace and justice.

Register for the conference here.

Carnegie Council participation: Plenary speakers include Carnegie Council President Joel Rosenthal. Session Speakers include Carnegie Council Senior Fellow Reed Bonadonna, who is project leader for "The Living Legacy of World War I" program, and program fellows Mary Barton, Philip Caruso, Zach Dorfman, and Richard Millet.


Carnegieplein 2, 2517 KJ The Hague, Netherlands

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