Events

Upcoming USIP Events

December 5, 2014
U.S. Institute of Peace
2301 Constitution Ave. NW
Washington, DC

The U.S. Institute of Peace and the FP Group, publisher of Foreign Policy magazine and foreignpolicy.com, invite you to the next installment of PeaceGame on December 5, 2014.  This third biannual PeaceGame will examine peace keeping and peace making issues as they relate to the rise in global violent extremism. All attendees are invited to contribute to the conversation throughout the day with live, interactive polling and open mic questioning.

December 8, 2014
U.S. Institute of Peace
2301 Constitution Ave. NW
Washington, DC

The United States Institute of Peace and SparkMedia invite you to a screening of Red Lines, the story of two young unlikely Syrian activists who, in 2012, launch a radical plan to bring democracy to their country, besieged by the brutal regime of Bashar al-Assad.

Recent Webcasts

Sectarian Conflict in Pakistan: Local and Regional Dimensions
Sectarian Conflict in Pakistan: Local and Regional Dimensions

Please join us for a discussion analyzing factors that have contributed to sectarian tension in Pakistan and the surrounding region.

A survey of the Afghan people 2014
The Asia Foundation's 2014 Survey of the Afghan People

The United States Institute of Peace was pleased to host a presentation of the findings of The Asia Foundation’s 2014 Survey of the Afghan People.

Peacebuilding in Central African Republic: The Views of Top Religious Leaders
Peacebuilding in Central African Republic: The Views of Top Religious Leaders

Please join us for a discussion with the highest-ranking Muslim, Catholic, and Protestant leaders in CAR, Imam Omar Kabine Layama, Archbishop Dieudonné Nzapalainga and Reverend Nicolas Guérékoyame...

Meet Syria’s Rescue Workers: Saving Lives, Building Peace
Meet Syria’s Rescue Workers: Saving Lives, Building Peace

Syria is the world's most dangerous place to be a civilian. But there is another side to the conflict: those focused on caring for civilians in the conflict are also seeking to build peace....