“Winning the Peace in Burundi and DR Congo: Mediation Principles Based on Our Training Experience” at the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars, March 4th, 2009. An in-depth analysis of conflict transformation and leadership training, moderated by Africa Program Consulting Program Director of WWICS Steve McDonald, featuring Elizabeth McClintock, managing partner with CMPartners, and Alain Lempereur, Professor at ESSEC Business School in Paris and Singapore.
“Project on Leadership and Building State Capacity: Inclusion of Civil Society Stakeholders in Comprehensive Peace Processes: A Practical Analysis.” At the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars, October 19th, 2009. A public policy dialogue hosted by the Wilson Center’s Project on Leadership and Building State Capacity, co-sponsored by American University School of International Service and Institute for Inclusive Security. The event focused on the growing debate on the inclusion of civil society stakeholders in peacebuilding and post-conflict transformation. With Steve McDonald, and Michael Lund of Project on Leadership and Building State Capacity, and panelists Anthony Wanis of American University School of International Service, Carla Kopell of Institute for Inclusive Security and Elizabeth McClintock of The Bridgeway Group.
From Civil Resistance to Peaceful Resolution: Negotiations, Nonviolent Action, and Media in Popular Movements. Panel discussion at U.S. Institute of Peace on Feb. 25, 2016. Experts in this field of conflict management and negotiations examine the challenges of building and sustaining nonviolent movements, lessons for scholars, activists, policymakers and practitioners.
Conflict Prevention and Resolution Forum: Case Studies in Track II Diplomacy and Conflict. June 23, 2016. SAIS, John Hopkins University. Expert panel discusses the virtues and limits of track two diplomacy (sometimes called “unofficial” or “citizen” diplomacy) – conflict resolution and peacebuilding methodology and its implications for practice.