Peace and Security

The Long Game For Ukraine’s Children: Part 2

May 11, 2022
As a guest blog, the views expressed in this publication do not necessarily reflect the views of Our Secure Future or One Earth Future.   By Sarah Dawn Petrin, Nonresident Senior Fellow with the Atlantic Council Ukraine is paying a high price for the impact of war on its children. Dozens of children have already been killed and wounded in the latest round of fighting. In bunkers across... Read more
Ukraine; Russia; NATO; OSCE; WPS; Women, Peace and Security; human rights; children; gender; human security; conflict; violence; sexual violence; age.

The Long Game for Ukraine’s Children: Part 1

May 05, 2022
As a guest blog, the views expressed in this publication do not necessarily reflect the views of Our Secure Future or One Earth Future.  By Sarah Dawn Petrin, Nonresident Senior Fellow with the Atlantic Council Russia attacked Ukraine from multiple points of entry a few weeks ago, but it has already been a long war. Conflict in the Eastern Territories has taken a toll on the lives of... Read more
climate change; women; gender; women peace and security; wps; global warming; sgbv; policy; diplomacy

Women, Climate, & Conflict: Gendered Voices in Climate Diplomacy and Policymaking

November 17, 2021
As a guest blog, the views expressed in this publication do not necessarily reflect the views of Our Secure Future or One Earth Future.  We must explore the nexus of gender, climate and security if we hope to build resilient, thriving communities in the future. In installations one and two of this series, we looked at the interplay between conflict and climate, noting that climate change is... Read more
National; native american; heritage; month; gender; land; colonization; peace

OSF and GRREN Celebrate November as National Native American Heritage Month

November 10, 2021
Our Secure Future and the Gender, Race, Religion, Ethnicity, and Nationality committee (GRREN) at One Earth Future celebrate November as National Native American Heritage Month. Native American Heritage Month was established in an effort to honor the historical record and impact of native peoples in America, their contribution to American society, and their unique sovereign political status... Read more
climate change; women; gender; women peace and security; wps; global warming; sgbv

Women, Climate, & Conflict: Bellwethers of Emerging Climate-Conflict Vulnerabilities

October 19, 2021
As a guest blog, the views expressed in this publication do not necessarily reflect the views of Our Secure Future or One Earth Future.  As we saw in the previous article, women who live at the nexus of both climate and conflict can be uniquely vulnerable to the dual threats. While the U.S. security sector has increased its knowledge of and plans to address the intersection of climate and... Read more

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