Precarious Progress: U.N. Resolutions on Women, Peace and Security
The 2010 Women PeaceMakers Conference coincides with a momentous year, marking both the 15th anniversary of the Beijing Declaration and Platform for Action and the 10th anniversary of UNSCR 1325. In anticipation of these celebrations, this working conference is situated to develop, distill and disseminate expert opinion from practitioners and policymakers of all levels. Delegates will reflect on the implementation and challenges of UNSCRs on women, peace and security (1325, 1820, 1888 and 1889) and analyze their practical considerations.
The conference fee includes two lunches, one dinner, two receptions, two continental breakfasts, snacks, programs and informational materials, and daily transportation to and from conference hotel partners (please see Travel and Accommodation information here).
General Delegates $150.00
Delegates from NGOs in developing and conflict countries (subsidized rate) $100.00
Student Attendees (subsidized rate) $75.00
Please complete an online application for review. Applications will be accepted through September 13, 2010. After receiving your application, you may be invited to be a delegate at the conference, at which point we will email you with payment information. Please follow the link provided in the invitation e-mail to complete the online registration to "Precarious Progress." Click here to learn more about application process and to apply.
Precarious Progress is made possible by grants from the Fred J. Hansen Foundation and the Open Society Institute. We also wish to thank our additional sponsors and partners for their generous support.
If you have any questions regarding the registration process, please direct your inquiries by e-mail to email@example.com or by phone to Lynn Hijar at +1 (619) 260-4066.
For media inquiries please contact:
Women PeaceMakers Program Officer
Support the Conference
If you would like to support the conference with a donation, please contact:
Women PeaceMakers 2010 Conference Coordinator
University of San Diego
Joan B. Kroc Institute for Peace & Justice
5998 Alcalá Park, University of San Diego
San Diego, California