ACWPS has conducted training for select clients, including flag and general officers in the U.S. and international militaries, Congressional staff and federal agencies on the WPS agenda, counter-trafficking, counter-terrorism, religious freedom, international law, women’s economic empowerment, women’s role in warfighting and the security sector.
We developed a curriculum for women survivors of sexual violence to help them tell their own stories in their own voices, written or orally, in order to influence public policy in their countries. To engage one of our experts, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- WPS principles and process
- Women’s economic empowerment
- Religious liberty
- Population and security
- Countering human trafficking
- Ending sexual violence
- International law
- International security
The Defense Department selected the American Council on Women Peace and Security to develop and implement Congressionally-mandated WPS education for the 20,000-strong U.S. Security Cooperation Workforce at the Defense Security Cooperation University. Dr. Susan Yoshihara serves as subject matter expert and instructor at the university where she teaches WPS in the flagship course for security cooperation officers, the Ministry of Defense Advisors course, the Executive-level course for General and Flag Officers and Senior Executive Service. She worked to develop and launch the university’s online “Women Peace and Security for Security Cooperation.” She is developing WPS courses for international senior military officers and for U.S Department of Defense planning, oversight, and management professionals while also training DSCU faculty to implement these courses for long-term impact.
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