MISSION

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.

Our lAtest event:

LOOKING AHEAD: RETHINKING THE U.S. ROLE IN  AFGHANISTAN

While the world is watching the horrible events unfold in Ukraine, let’s not forget Afghanistan, which is still the world’s largest humanitarian crisis. In light of Nawruz, the Afghan New Year, marking the first day of spring, ACWPS is hosting a special panel: “Looking Ahead: Rethinking the US role in Afghanistan”. Come and join us in conversation with an expert panel: Sana Safi, Professor Haroun Rahimi, Jeff Grieco and Annie Pforzheimer.

Jeffrey Grieco, AACC contribution to
“Looking Ahead: Rethinking the US role in Afghanistan”:

PLEASE SUPPORT AFGHAN WOMEN. Help us amplify their voices and meet their immediate needs.


More from ACWPS:

CONGRATULATIONS TO ACWPS SENIOR FELLOW EUNICE OTUKO APIO FOR WINNING THE JANZI AWARD FOR OUTSTANDING BOOK OF 2021 FOR HER NOVEL ZURA MAIDS ABOUT HUMAN TRAFFICKING.

Meet oUr Experts

Susan Yoshihara,
Founder and President

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