Monthly Archives: November 2013

Boys, Boys, Boys

This week I was in Vienna, Austria for two large interfaith gatherings. The first was the inaugural Global Assembly of the King Abdulaziz International Center for Inter-religious and Inter-cultural Dialogue (KAICIID), a two-day event that brought together nearly five hundred … Continue reading

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and they danced

                                                   This past weekend, I took a short trip down to Colombia to attend the 4th national gathering of the Ecumenical Women’s Peacebuilding Network in Colombia. I helped establish this network in 2008. I had … Continue reading

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Women’s Rights in Post-Conflict Islamic States

The Brookings Institution recently published a paper that I co-wrote with three of my colleagues.  The paper proposes a method for advancing women’s rights in the key constitutional moments underway in three post-conflict Muslim-majority states: Afghanistan, Egypt, and Libya.  We … Continue reading

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