- October 2: WIIS GWU hosted a Mentoring Roundtable from 6:00-7:00 pm with Dr. Joanna Spear, Director of the Security Studies Program at The George Washington University. Please note, WIIS GWU events are primarily limited to students of George Washington University.
- October 8: “US Priorities in South Asia Beyond 2014: Challenges and Opportunities,” an event which discussed how political events are affecting stability in the region and US interests – find out more here.
- October 9: Book Launch for Dr. J. Ann Tickner’s A Feminist Voyage Through International Relations, exploring the methodological and epistemological story of feminist interventions in International Relations – learn more about the event here.
- NEW! September 24 – “The ISIS Crisis and what we’re really fighting for: women, peace, and security…” With Outrage, the Values We’re Fighting for Become Clear, by Sahana Dharmapuri
- September 12 – “A culture of peace needs dynamic and creative leadership…” Kathleen Kuehnast on Developing a Culture of Peace
- September 10 – “Kiev has lost Eastern Ukraine to Russia. The turning point came when…” Eulogy for Ukraine, by Elizabeth Pond
- August 6 - Julie Arostegui, J.D. – Women, Peace and Security law expert. Read her WIIS member profile here!
- July 30 – “Law of Armed Conflict Expert, Human Rights Advisor, Gender Advisor… Cynthia Petrigh goes by many names.” Read her WIIS member profile here!
- July 28 - “An analysis of the interim agreement and its extension reveals a good deal about the Iranian negotiations strategy and the pitfalls the P5+1 should avoid in a potential comprehensive agreement.” How to negotiate with Iran, by Dana Schwarz
- July 23 – “Trying to create a more sustainable peace while ignoring over half the population is a recipe for failure, especially when “women’s agency, their creativity and patience, and their capacity to love and to build consensus… make women a valuable constituency for peace” – Women and civil society at the negotiating table, by Alex Paul
- September 11 – WIIS Canada together with Citizenship and Immigration Canada hosted a panel discussion on “Lebanon and the Syrian Refugee Crisis, Complexities, Challenges, and Dynamics: An On The Ground Perspective From The Field.”
- WIIS_NY newsletter available! Monthly updates from WIIS_NY, includes updates from WIIS members.
- New publication available! Open letter by the Missing Peace Young Scholars network via Huffington Post
- New publication available! “Women, Peace and Security: Practical Guidance on Using Law to Empower Women in Post-Conflict Systems” by Julie L. Arostegui and Veronica Eragu Bichetero examines practical measures on how to integrate international principles on gender equality and women’s rights into post-conflict legal systems with a focus on the Great Lakes region. It can be accessed here.