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Empowering...

Commission on the Status of Women | 60th Session | Side-Event Empowering Women Refugees for Successful Integration into the United States Society through Quality Education The 60th Session of the Commission on the Status of Women (CSW)`s theme was women’s empowerment and its link to sustainable development. The current refugee crisis around the world and […]

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The Preventive...

The Preventive Role of Culture in Women’s Empowerment: Possibilities and Challenges On the occasion of the Commission on the Status of Women (CSW60), Peace Islands Institute, The Journalists and Writers Foundation, UN Women Liberia, Ufuk Dialogue Foundation, The Rainbow Intercultural Dialogue Center and the Thailand Achievement Institute collaborated to organize a side-event entitled “The Preventive […]

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Human...

Commission on the Status of Women | 60th Session | Side-Event Human Trafficking as a Form of Violence Against Girls and Women On the occasion of the Commission on the Status of Women (CSW60) Peace Islands Institute (PII), the Journalists and Writers Foundation (JWF), UN Office of Information and Communications Technology (UN OICT), and Arigatou […]

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Mother Tongue:...

On the occasion of the International Mother Language Day, PII’s Center for Global Affairs in partnership with UNESCO Center for Global Education and the Journalists & Writers Foundation organized a roundtable discussion entitled “Mother Tongue: A Panacea for SDGs #4 & Global Agenda 2030” on March 1, 2016. Mr. Mehmet Kilic, Director of Center for […]

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PII Center for...

(November 24, 2015) Peace Islands Institute Center for Interfaith Affairs organized an early Thanksgiving Dinner with the participation of guests from different spectrums. Being PII`s one of the most important social engagement level, Thanksgiving Dinners bring together people with various religious faiths together to promote the essence of living together by appreciating our differences. Among […]

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Journalism in...

New York, NY, Dec 8 — Center for Media Affairs of Peace Islands Institute organized a panel discussion on the topic “Journalism in Jail”. This panel was moderated by Frankie Edozien, Professor at NYU School of Journalism, and featured Joel Simon, Executive Director of Committee to Protect Journalists (CPJ), Jason Mojica, Editor in Chief of […]

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