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Each year the Stanley Foundation convenes the Strategy for Peace Conference on a wide range of foreign policy issues with experts from the public and private sectors who meet in autonomous roundtables.

Each respective roundtable is focused on one of our three areas of current programming: climate change, human protection, and nuclear security. The roundtable discussion is intended to generate group consensus recommendations on the aspect of policy that is its focus.

2014 Concurrent Roundtables:

Strategic Momentum for Climate Change Action
The climate change roundtable discussion will evaluate the role of universal governance on climate change in the wake of the September 2014 UN Climate Change Summit with a look toward the propensity for cooperation in Paris in 2015.

  • Chair: Tomas Anker Christensen, Senior Advisor for Partnerships, Executive Office of the Secretary-General of the United Nations
  • Organizer: Todd Edwards, The Stanley Foundation
  • Rapporteur: Rei Tang, The Stanley Foundation

Policy Dialogue Brief: Strategic Momentum for Climate Change Action
Agenda
Participant List

Advancing Transatlantic Linkages on Responsibility to Protect and Mass Atrocity Prevention
As a part of the ongoing collaborative effort with the US Holocaust Memorial Museum on transatlantic linkages on R2P, the human protection roundtable discussion will focus on the complexities inherent in the transatlantic relationship, the disconnects between state policy and response to mass atrocities, assessment of state capabilities on the issue of international preventive action, and the capacity of state institutions to dedicate resources to mass atrocity prevention in a rapidly changing European landscape.

  • Chairs:
    • Lee Feinstein, Former US Ambassador to Poland
    • Tod Lindberg, Hoover Institution, Stanford University
  • Organizer: Angela Bruce-Raeburn, The Stanley Foundation
  • Rapporteur: Eric Eggleston, policy program assistant, Center for the Prevention of Genocide, US Holocaust Memorial Museum

Policy Dialougue Brief: Advancing Transatlantic Linkages on Responsibility to Protect and Mass Atrocity Prevention
Policy Memo: Advancing Transatlantic Linkages on Responsibility to Protect and Mass Atrocity Prevention
Agenda

Participant List

Strengthening International Cooperation on Nuclear Materials Security
The nuclear security roundtable discussion will focus on the challenges of and opportunities for US nuclear cooperation with key countries (Russia and China). It will also assess the strategies and develop policy recommendations for how nuclear security cooperation can be insulated from the vagaries of politics.

  • Chair: Matthew Bunn, Professor of Practice and Co-Principal Investigator, Project on Managing the Atom, Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs, Harvard University
  • Organizer: Anya Loukianova, The Stanley Foundation
  • Rapporteur: Nickolas Roth, Research Associate, Project on Managing the Atom

Policy Dialogue Brief: Strengthening International Nuclear Security Cooperation
Options for Action
Policy Memo: Strengthening International Cooperation on Nuclear Materials Security
Strengthening U.S.-Chinese Nuclear Security Cooperation:
Challenges and Solutions by Hui Zhang

Current Challenges inthe U.S.-Russian Nuclear Security Cooperation by Dmitry Kovchegin
Agenda
Participant List

HIGHLIGHTS
Where in the World Do You Want to Go? Where in the World Do You Want to Go?
Two applicants will receive expense-paid study tours for international travel to be taken during summer 2020. Any full-time (as of September 1, 2019) K-12 classroom teacher at Saints Mary and Mathias Catholic School or within the Muscatine Community School District may enter the drawing that will determine ten finalists.

Career Opportunities
Policy Program Associate, Mass Violence and Atrocities

Do you want to be a part of a team devoted to real-world change and pushing for innovation on important global policy challenges? Are you a policy professional looking to be part of a mission-driven organization? Are you inspired to identify ways societies can effectively prevent, respond to, and recover from mass violence and build more resilient, peaceful societies? 

We are seeking a program associate to join our team and contribute energy, creativity, and skill to innovative programming on mass violence and atrocities.


Courier Courier
The Spring 2019 issue of Courier highlights some of the impact-driven activities the Stanley Foundation pursue with its partners. This includes stories that resulted from two journalism workshops: one examining the false missile alert in Hawaii, as well as one focused on issues of conflict and instability. This issue also examines how Green Banks could help bridge the climate finance gap, explores a new initiative that hopes to bring gender equity to the nuclear field, and brings you the stories of three teachers who enhanced their understanding of the world through travel. Spring 2019 PDF. Subscribe for Free.

59th Strategy for Peace Conference 59th Strategy for Peace Conference
The Stanley Foundation convenes its Strategy for Peace Conference annually to consider key policy challenges, drawing on the experience and knowledge of invited experts from the public and private sectors.

Concurrent roundtables focused on each of the foundation’s three current areas of programming—climate changenuclear policy, and mass violence and atrocities, with a fourth roundtable focusing on global governance. These roundtable discussions are intended to generate group consensus recommendations for policy change and multilateral action. More.


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