ACWPS advances peace and security for women, their families, and communities
through graduate education and training, on-the-ground engagement, expert analysis, and advocacy.
ACWPS promotes human dignity, individual liberty, and equality of opportunity for all women and girls
through our work implementing the U.S. Women Peace and Security Act of 2017
and the UN Security Council’s WPS agenda.
ACWPS’ debut podcast on Afghanistan
HOSTED BY ATTORNEY HUMIRA NOORESTANI WITH OUR FIRST GUEST AMB. OMAR SAMAD (ATLANTIC COUNCIL)-
DISCUSSING THE CURRENT US RELATIONS WITH AFGHANISTAN AND THE MOST RECENT TALKS IN DOHA, QATAR HEADED BY THE UN
ACWPS at the Naval war college
American Council on Women Peace and Security Founder, Dr. Susan Yoshihara, and Fellow, Dr. Grace Hoffman design, develop, and implement tailored WPS curricula. They spoke at the 2023 WPS Symposium hosted by the Naval War College about their work at Defense Security Cooperation University (DSCU).
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