AfP 2014 Annual Conference
The theme of this year’s conference is Exploring New Frontiers in Peacebuilding. The first day of the conference is co-sponsored by United States Institute of Peace and will take place at their beautiful headquarters. Over the course of three days, the conference will explore emerging trends in peacebuilding, including cross-border and urban criminal violence, the future of peacekeeping, the technology revolution and its impact on our field, and the effective use of storytelling in peacebuilding. The conference will host a range of exciting speakers and panelists who are dealing with some of the most difficult challenges – and exploring some of the most creative new solutions – to peacebuilding today, including Asi Burak, President of Games for Change; Russell Feingold, Special Envoy to the Great Lakes and the Democratic Republic of Congo; and David Loew, Executive Vice President and Executive Creative Director, Leo Burnett. The conference will also feature a lunch time discussion with John Marks and Susan Collin Marks, the Founder and Vice President of Search for Common Ground.
We are also dedicating portions of the agenda for open space in which participants can speak about interesting projects and developments, and we will hold a “Peacebuilding Marketplace” for participants to display their work.
This event will be webcast live beginning at 9:00am ET on May 21, 2014 at www.usip.org/webcasts. You can also participate in the conversation on Twitter with #AfP2014.
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The registration rate is $350 for general admission and $330 for members. Or you can register for specific days. In cooperation with USIP day one is free and open to the public!
- $350.00 General Admission – All 3 Days
- Free General Admission- Day 1 Only
- $125.00 General Admission – Day 2 Only
- $125.00 General Admission – Day 3 Only
[Note: you must be logged into your membership account in order to receive the member discount.]
A note on conference pricing: we at the Alliance for Peacebuilding are sensitive to your needs and strive very hard to keep the registration costs as low as possible for our participants. We do not make a profit on the conference – we just cover costs (and we try to keep those costs to a minimum, to cover basic expenses). We also try to offer discounted rates for students of our member organizations.
1615 Rhode Island Ave NW,
Washington, DC 20036
May 21 to 23, 2014