You're invited to the T. William & Patricia Ayers Global Tipping Points Series, presented by the World Affairs Council of New Hampshire
"Confronting Genocide and Antisemitism: U.S. Prevention Efforts around the World"
Speaker: Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary Colleen Crenwelge of the U.S. Bureau of Conflict and Stabilization Operations. Discussion moderated by Katrina Lantos Swett, President of the Lantos Foundation for Human Rights and Justice
Mara Auditorium, Southern New Hampshire University
Across the globe, warning signs of genocide and anti-semitism on the rise prompt world leaders to work towards disentangling these conflicts and helping deescalate these challenges within communities. The United States Department of State works across the world to help global communities resolve conflicts and provide stabilization operations, coordinated through the Bureau of Conflict and Stabilization Operations.
Join NH Fulbright Association and the World Affairs Council of NH, with Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary Colleen Crenwelge of the Bureau of Conflict and Stabilization Operations, for a discussion on the work that the United States is doing to tackle these issues. By attending this conversation, audience members will hear about the U.S. government's work in conflict stabilization and atrocity prevention, through the lens of the Global Fragility Act. All community members should understand what their government does as their representative around the world, and make their own decisions on if those efforts support their own values.
Campus Map: https://alumni.snhu.edu/file/Campus-Map.pdf
Sponsor: World Affairs Council of NH, NH Fulbright Association, Lantos Foundation for Human Rights & Justice