Despite improvements in security and the economy in Pakistan in the past few years, tensions continue to grow between both the governments and populations of the United States and Pakistan. Islamophobia in the United States and discrimination against Christians and other minorities in Pakistan have grown, sometimes with violent consequences, exacerbating fear and distrust of the other.
You are invited to attend:
Track II Diplomacy: An Insider’s Look at Sensitive Non-Governmental Diplomacy
Monday, April 25, 2016 from 12:00 PM – 1:30 PM
Healey Family Student Center Herman Meeting Room
Presented by the Georgetown University M.A. Program in Conflict Resolution and AlterDiplomacy, a graduate student group dedicated to uncovering innovative approaches to diplomacy and conflict...