UNSCR1325 13th Anniversary Event:
Evening Seminar: Open to public
Presenters include Dr Jasmine-Kim Westendorf and Sue Ingram
Dr. Jasmine-Kim Westendorf is a lecturer in International Relations at La Trobe University. Her research explores why negotiated peace processes often fail to establish lasting peace, and she has worked extensively on issues of conflict resolution, peace processes, peace-building, and the international community’s responses to civil wars across a range of cases in Africa, Asia and the Pacific. She co-founded and convenes the Melbourne Free University.
Sue Ingram has a long career in public policy, peace-building and international development, including as a senior executive in Australian Government – including AusAID. She has also held several appointments in UN peacekeeping missions in Timor-Leste before and after independence. Sue was head of RAMSI’s Machinery of Government pillar, the area with responsibility for the Women in Government Project within RAMSI. More recently she has worked as an independent consultant/adviser focusing on governance and state-building in fragile and conflict-affected states for AusAID, the World Bank, UNDP and OECD. Sue is now studying full-time towards a PhD.
Event date: Monday
11 November 2013.
5.30 pm for nibbles and refreshment,
6.00-7.00 pm Seminar
Venue: The Theatrette,
Sir Roland Wilson Building (Room 2.02),
21 McCoy Cct, ANU
This Is a Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom (WILPF) Event in Partnership with the ANU Gender Institute.
RSVP: For catering purposes please book with Eventbrite as light refreshments will be served outside the Theatrette from 5.30.
Contact Martina Fechner or call 6125 6281 (Mon- Wed)
Access: Free and open to the public