Women, Children, And Soldiers in the Contemporary Peace and Security Challenges

Various Speakers

Friday, 21 May 2021 5:00pm - 6:30pm

Palmerston North

The Oroua Room, Palmerston North City Library

This public talk will discuss new contemporary conflicts and how New Zealand is engaging to promote peace and security in the world. Peace and Security missions are not only a matter of governments and International organisations, but involve and affect the lives of ordinary people like women, children, and soldiers. The panelists are experts in security issues and some of them have seen conflicts first-hand. They will guide us through a journey of experiences in policy making, children agency, and warfare in Timor and Afghanistan.

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Contact the Palmerston North branch

CHAIR - DR PRISCILA PILATOWSKY

ppilatowsky@gmail.com

This public talk will discuss new contemporary conflicts and how New Zealand is engaging to promote peace and security in the world. Peace and Security missions are not only a matter of governments and International organisations, but involve and affect the lives of ordinary people like women, children, and soldiers. The panelists are experts in security issues and some of them have seen conflicts first-hand. They will guide us through a journey of experiences in policy making, children agency, and warfare in Timor and Afghanistan.

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Membership

NZIIA membership is open to anyone interested in understanding the importance of global affairs to the political and economic well-being of New Zealand.