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Unlock Peace and Progress: Why Your Organization Needs Conflict Resolution & Policy Experts

Processing current events can be challenging, especially in a world where news and information are readily available through various media channels.

When seeking to understand and address the impact of this conflict, it is crucial to engage a professionals who possess a deep understanding of the issues.

Here are a few of the ways conflict resolution and current affairs experts will help:

1. Informed Insights

Current affairs experts provide up-to-date and informed insights on global, national, or industry-specific events, trends, and issues.

2. Nuanced Perspective and Empathy

Conflict experts bring a nuanced perspective emphasizing the importance of empathy for all parties involved.

3. Educational Value

Their presentations offer educational value, helping your audience understand complex topics, policies, and developments.

4. Engaging Discussions

Their expertise allows them to navigate the sensitive and polarizing nature of the conflict, fostering dialogue and encouraging empathy among diverse audiences.

5. Policy Decisions

By incorporating their perspectives into policy discussions, there is a greater likelihood of developing strategies that address the root causes of the conflict and promote sustainable peace.

Given the complexity of current events, consider bringing the speakers below to your organization.

Their domestic & international experience enables audiences to understand how best to navigate the potential outcomes and their implications. Their work is a testament to the belief that even in the face of adversity, there is hope for resolution and reconciliation.

Norman Finkelstein

Named One of The Most Influential Political Scientist In The World

Norman G. Finkelstein is an American political scientist and activist. His primary fields of research are the Israeli–Palestinian conflict and the politics of the Holocaust. He is the author of many books that have been translated into 60 foreign editions. He is a graduate of Binghamton University and received his Ph.D. in political science at Princeton University.

Dame Jacinda Ardern GNZ

Prime Minister of New Zealand (2017-2023); Senior Fellow, Harvard University; Special Envoy, Christchurch Call; Board Member, The Earthshot Prize

During her time as Prime Minister of New Zealand, Ms. Ardern led the country to achieve some of the lowest losses of life experienced by any developed nation through the pandemic and the ban on military-style semi-automatic weapons in her country.

Ms. Ardern is also a champion of women's empowerment, seeing New Zealand reach 50% representation of women in parliament, decriminalizing abortion, improving pay equity laws, and extending paid parental leave to 6 months - all while being only the second woman in the world to have a baby while leading her country. Ms. Ardern is a passionate advocate of climate action and is a board member of The Earthshot Prize, focusing on solutions to climate change and environmental issues.

Ambassador Susan Rice

Domestic Policy Advisor (2021-2023), U.S. National Security Advisor (2013-2017), and U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations (2009-2013)

Ambassador Susan Rice is the only advisor to have served in the White House as both National Security Advisor and Domestic Policy Advisor. She most recently served as President Biden's Domestic Policy Adviser working on everything from healthcare, economic policies, and diversity/inclusion policies. Previously, she served as President Obama’s National Security Advisor and U.S. Permanent Representative to the United Nations from 2009-2017.

Rula Jebreal

Foreign Policy Analyst, Journalist, Novelist & Screenwriter

Rula Jebreal is a Palestinian-Italian journalist and author who has spoken out about the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, advocating for a peaceful resolution and highlighting the human rights concerns of Palestinians. She was a commentator for MSNBC.

Anne Applebaum

Pulitzer Prize-Winning Journalist & Author

Anne Applebaum has written extensively on Eastern European history and politics, including the Ukrainian and Russian conflicts. Anne Applebaum is a staff writer for The Atlantic and a Pulitzer-prize winning historian. She is also a Senior Fellow at the Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies and the Agora Institute, where she co-directs Arena, a program on disinformation and 21st century propaganda.

Lt. Gen. H.R. McMaster

Retired US Army Lieutenant General & Former National Security Advisor

Former National Security Advisor, Lieutenant General H. R. McMaster is a preeminent voice on leadership, global security, and international affairs, recognized for his leadership in the Gu

lf War, Operation Enduring Freedom, and Operation Iraqi Freedom. Named one of TIME's "100 Most Influential People in the World" and Fortune's "50 World's Greatest Leaders.” He is the author of two important and New York Times bestselling books on national security.

Dr. Edith Eger

Holocaust Survivor and Psychologist

Edith Eger is a Slovak-born American psychologist, a Holocaust survivor and a specialist in the treatment of post-traumatic stress disorder. She is the author of the international bestselling book "The Choice," sharing her personal experiences and offering insights into healing from trauma and finding freedom.

Dr. Marc Gopin

American Scholar & Conflict Resolution Expert

Dr. Gopin has worked extensively on peacebuilding initiatives in the Middle East, including the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.

He has written and lectured on the psychological and social aspects of conflict resolution and has advocated for dialogue and reconciliation.

Dr. Mohammed Abu-Nimer

Conflict Resolution & Dialogue for Peace Expert

Dr. Abu-Nimer is a Palestinian-American scholar who has expertise in conflict resolution and interfaith dialogue. He has researched peacebuilding initiatives between Israelis and Palestinians and has worked to promote understanding and reconciliation.

In times of global turmoil, the expertise of conflict resolution professionals is invaluable. The recent surge in gun violence, ongoing international conflicts, and complex historical issues necessitate the involvement of experienced mediators and facilitators.

By fostering open communication, problem-solving, and bridge-building, conflict resolution experts can help communities, nations, and the world at large move toward a more peaceful and harmonious future.


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