Latest from USIP on Philippines
- February 25, 2013 | Publication
Daisy Khan, an activist for Muslim women’s rights, has a list – 10 practices related to women that are often carried out in the name of Islam. She and other panelists, including USIP experts, discuss ways to engage men in the cause of protecting and empowering women in conflict zones.
- December 3, 2012 | Publication
Dr. Jennifer M. Keister, a former USIP Randolph-Jennings Peace Scholar, bases this report on her own research—during which she has spent more than 21 months in the field, traveling extensively in conflict-affected areas of Mindanao (2008-2011)—and on recent discussions with contacts still in-country.
- August 3, 2012 | Publication
The maturing field of religious peacebuilding faces challenges in integrating with secular peacebuilding efforts, engaging women and youth, and working more effectively with non-Abrahamic religious traditions.
- March 21, 2012 | Event
Nonviolent Peaceforce (NP) and Peace Brigades International (PBI), two of the leaders in unarmed civilian protection, will present how peacekeeping works without guns, what lessons are being learned, and how this practice can now be brought to scale.