US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton delivers the keynote address at the International Crisis Group's In Pursuit of Peace Award dinner in December 2011. The International Crisis Group is is an international, anti-conflict not for profit, non-governmental organization that is "working to prevent conflict worldwide."
In this captivating talk, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton discusses the cost of conflict, the benefits of stability and the important role of women in pursuing and promoting peace.
Hillary Clinton discusses the inclusion of women in reconciliation talks following a conflict, which could present challenges in regions of conflict where women are not viewed as equal. Using recent examples of successful attempts by women to unite and demand participating in such talks, Hillary Clinton explores the various roles women can play in conflict prevention.
Women and Conflict Reconciliation
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Hillary Clinton Keynotes
Hillary Clinton's keynotes reflect on her experience in American and international politics as well...