By Suzanne Ghais, Ph.D. sghais.com As many of my readers know, I spent nearly two decades in the domestic field of conflict resolution and consensus building before seriously pursuing my interest in peace processes. One of my big areas of practice was in public policy: helping government officials work with interest groups (or “stakeholders”) and
Day: March 1, 2018
For the last few years I’ve been interested in cost-effective peacebuilding. As part of my exploration of this topic I wrote this blog piece, shared some of my thoughts on a possible way to research this topic here and, most recently, I’ve just concluded a survey to help crowd-source an answer to the question of
On February 6th, the Tom Lantos Human Rights Commission (TLHRC) in the House of Representatives held a hearing entitled, “Mass Atrocities Prevention.” The room was packed, with every seat filled and many in the audience forced to stand in the back. Unfortunately, the same was not true for the seats reserved for members of Congress, which were
E12S7: Immigrant, Journalist & Academic: A Career in Communications and Journalism with Kara Andrade
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