Georgetown Institute for Women, Peace and Security

Founding Year: 2011

Staff: 14


Melanne Verveer (Executive Director)

Is an “academic institute that is housed in the Edmund A. Walsh School of Foreign Service at Georgetown University.” It “examines and highlights the roles and experiences of women in peace and security worldwide.” Consequently, it “engages in rigorous research, hosts global convenings, strives to advance strategic partnerships, and nurtures the next generation of leaders.”

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Georgetown Institute for Women, Peace and Security contributes to the following Sustainable Development Goals

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