One of the best strategies for advancing the Women, Peace and Security (WPS) agenda is to establish the minimum core competencies that will help trainers and educators explain how to put the WPS agenda into practice. Educators should incorporate these competencies into all trainings and classes for soldiers, graduate students, and policy professionals alike.
In August 2017, Our Secure Future convened a groundbreaking Women, Peace and Security Curriculum Consortium, bringing together 27 experts and thought leaders from across US civilian and military learning institutions. This expert group came up with the following tips for Women, Peace and Security educators:
*To read more about this convening and the recommendations from its attendees, check out our policy brief, Grooming the Next Generation of Foreign Policymakers: Women, Peace and Security in Practice.