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Women in Development Talk - Peace and Conflict

Speaker

Elizabeth Baldwin, Susan Carroll, Angelica Rodriguez

In this session of "Women in Development Talk," we will delve into the critical realm of Peace and Conflict Resolution. This event is part of a powerful virtual series celebrating the contributions of and addressing the challenges faced by women in international development. This session's esteemed panel of experts who bring diverse experiences and profound insights into peacebuilding and conflict management: •Elizabeth Baldwin - An MIDP alumna with a robust background in peacebuilding and counterterrorism, Elizabeth serves as a Technical Advisor at FHI 360. Her work spans promoting human-centered design in peace programs, enhancing conflict sensitivity, and fostering gender equality. Her rich experience includes key roles across South and Southeast Asia, particularly in Thailand, Sri Lanka and Myanmar. •Susan E. Carroll - As the Managing Director at the Duke-UNC Rotary Peace Center, Susan oversees operations that nurture future leaders in peace and conflict resolution. Her previous experiences include humanitarian roles with the United Nations and a pivotal position as the first UN Liaison Officer with Allied Forces in Turkey. •Angelica Rodriguez MIDP'25 - A social analyst from Colombia with 10 years of experience, Angelica focuses on educational interventions, conflict resolution, and protecting children's rights, particularly within the context of the Colombian Peace Process. •Antonella Di Ciano MIDP'25 will be our moderator.