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Barbara Winston and Isabelle Picco.  Photo by:Joyce Brooks/Blacktiemagazine.com
Barbara Winston,
Founder, Chair and President
Commission for Peace
 and  

H.E. Isabelle Picco,
Ambassador of Monaco to the UN
Water and Peace Innovation graphic
#peaceinnovationinitiative #PII #dnaofpeace #boldpeace 
#positivedisruption  #upeace #unwaterconference2023
 

The Peace Innovation Initiative

accelerates sustainable solutions for locally-informed

 and global-minded water action New York, NY, March 24 2023

The UN Water Conference provided a unique opportunity

 to connect local and global actors and diverse industries

 from around the world

 as we

“unite for water.”

 Alongside the conference,

the Peace Innovation Initiative (PII),|

 in collaboration with

 the Permanent Mission of Monaco to the United Nations,

the Permanent Mission of Costa Rica to the United Nations,

 and the Permanent Observer Mission of the

University for Peace (UPEACE)

 presented their panel session,

Water and Peace Innovation:



Uniting Local and Global Efforts for Sustainable Development.

 With the recognition that all stakeholders must convene

under a sharedcommitment to inclusivity,

action, and cross-sectoral partnership,

the panel session invited global cross-sector leaders from the

 United Nations and the private sector into conversation with local

peacebuilders, activists, and scholars working within

intersections of water, health, and peace

in order to accelerate the development of

sustainable solutions.

 Held at the Permanent Mission of Monaco to the United Nations

in New York, and sponsored by Bond No. 9 New York,

speakers and panelists discussed data, social

 and technological resources,  and cross-disciplinary partnerships

already being used in various sectors

and local communities to make progress towards

 SDG6 (Clean Water and Sanitation).

 
Barabara Winston
Barbara Winston
"I'm passionately committed to ending violence against women and girls
 and achieving gender equality.

My mission is to deconstruct the root causes of violence against women and girls through education and collaborations with individuals and organizations that can build capacity and momentum.

 “When women and girls are subjugated and not treated as equals, as humans deserving of the same treatment as men, society cannot flourish
and evolve to its fullest potential.”
 

These thoughts and ideals are from a series of articles I wrote
for the Huffington Post.

There are many reasons to pursue these ideals: not only do we have a moral and ethical obligation, but treating women and girls as equals delivers economic benefits for all".

Isabelle Picco. Photo by:Joyce Brooks/Blacktiemagazine.com
H.E. Isabelle Picco,
Ambassador of Monaco to the UN
 
Lachezara Stoev. Photo by:Joyce Brooks/Blacktiemagazine.com
H.E. Lachezara Stoeva,
President of ECOSOC and Ambassador of Bulgaria to the UN
 
Nikhil Seth. Photo by:Joyce Brooks/Blacktiemagazine.com
 Mr. Nikhil Seth,
Executive Director of UNITAR
 
Maritza Chan. Photo by:Joyce Brooks/Blacktiemagazine.com

H.E. Maritza Chan,
 Ambassador of Costa Rica to the UN
 
Narinder Kakar. Photo by:Joyce Brooks/Blacktiemagazine.com

H.E. Narinder Kakar,
Ambassador of UPEACE to the UN
 

Whitney Bauck, Emilie McGlone, Chris Desai, Aleks Gosiewski, Kristy Drutman, Erica Asinas.  Whitney Bauck,
Whitney Bauck,
Journalist and Climate Solutions Fellow

 Emilie McGlone,
Director of Peace Boat,US,

Chris Desai,
Founder & CEO of UOCEAN 2050 and the Vayuu Foundation,

Aleks Gosiewski,
Co-Founder & COO of Keel Labs,

Kristy Drutman,
Founder of Brown Girl Green & Co, Founder of the Green Job Board,

Erica Asinas,
Policy Advisor with the Urban Ocean Lab

Barbara Winston. Whitney Bauck,
 
Gordon Winston, Patrick Flanagan, Raquel Noboa and Barbara Winsto
Gordon Winston,
Managing Partner, Inventive Capital
Member Commission for Peace,

Patrick Flanagan,
Director 50 Shades Greener

 Raquel Noboa,

Founder & CEO 50 Shades Greener

  Barbara Winston,
Founder, Chair and President
Commission for Peace

 

Walter Raquet. Founder, Chair and President
Walter Raquet,
Chairman, Matrics2.com
Solution to Global Cybercrime
 Mr. Nikhil Seth, Executive Director of UNITAR and Barbara Winston. Founder, Chair and President
Mr. Nikhil Seth, Executive Director of UNITAR and Barbara Winston
Barbara Winston
Barbara Winston
Barbara Winston
Barbara Winston
Sharina Perry and James Bradley. Founder, Chair and President
Sharina Perry,
Founder/Inventor/Chief Executive Officer
Utopia Plastix

 James Bradley,
Partner/Senior Vice President of Operations
Utopia Plastix
Walter Raquet and Barbara Winston
Walter Raquet and Barbara Winston
Barbara Winston
Barbara Winston
Joyce Brooks
Joyce Brooks
Editor-in-Chief
Black Tie International Magazine
 
 
The Peace Innovation Initiative accelerates sustainable solutions for locally-informed and global-minded water action New York, NY, March 2023

The UN Water Conference provided a unique opportunity to connect local and global actors and diverse industries from around the world as we “unite for water.”

Alongside the conference, the Peace Innovation Initiative (PII), in collaboration with the Permanent Mission of Monaco to the United Nations, the Permanent Mission of Costa Rica to the United Nations, and the Permanent Observer Mission of the University for Peace (UPEACE) presented their panel session, Water and Peace Innovation: Uniting Local and Global Efforts for Sustainable Development.

With the recognition that all stakeholders must convene under a shared commitment to inclusivity, action, and cross-sectoral partnership, the panel session invited global cross-sector leaders from the United Nations and the private sector into conversation with local peacebuilders, activists, and scholars working within intersections of water, health, and peace in order to accelerate the development of sustainable solutions.

Held at the Permanent Mission of Monaco to the United Nations in New York, and sponsored by Bond No. 9 New York, speakers and panelists discussed data, social and technological resources, and cross-disciplinary partnerships already being used in various sectors and local communities to make progress towards SDG6 (Clean Water and Sanitation).

Introductory remarks were given by co-host, H.E. Ms. Isabelle Picco, Ambassador & Permanent Representative of Monaco to the United Nations and H.E. Ms. Maritza Chan, Ambassador & Permanent Representative of Costa Rica to the United Nations.

Keynote speakers included H.E. Ms. Lachezara Stoeva, Ambassador & Permanent Representative of Bulgaria to the United Nations and President of the United Nations Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC) as well as Mr. Nikhil Seth, Assistant Secretary-General and Executive Director of the United Nations Institute for Training & Research (UNITAR).

 The panel session proceeded, led by Journalist & Climate Solutions Fellow, Whitney Bauck and was comprised of Emilie McGlone, Director of Peace Boat US, Chris Desai, Founder & CEO of UOCEAN 2050 and the Vayuu Foundation, Aleks Gosiewski, Co-Founder & COO of Keel Labs, as well as Kristy Drutman, Founder of Brown Girl Green & Co-Founder of the Green Job Board, and Erica Asinas, Policy Advisor with the Urban Ocean Lab.

Interactive discussion with audience members then began, focusing on topics such as healthy water governance and effective utilization of ocean and water resources to counter historically exploitative practices.

 Additionally, conversation explored the creation of a better foundation upon which we might observe added value for our oceans, and how local solutions for global water issues could be elevated to amplify diverse voices, bridge agendas, and integrate multigenerational efforts.

Concluding remarks were provided by PII President & Founder, Ms. Barbara Winston, stating “in this ‘watershed moment’ of the UN Water Conference we believe that sharing space reconnects us with our genetic capacity to discover unity amongst our differences… when we get curious together, we have the power to change the trajectory of humanity and our relationship with the planet.”

Peace innovation is a reminder that when we connect with diverse minds and are equipped with the knowledge and skills of peace, each of our brilliant individual ideas and actions can then become a building block upon which the entire DNA of Peace is constructed. Lastly, Ms. Winston announced the start of the Peace Innovation Initiative’s global fundraising campaign, an expansion of their DNA of Peace Fellowship Program, designed with their founding partner, the University for Peace (UPEACE), and housed at the Global Center of Peace Innovation.

Using data-driven research to uncover the building blocks necessary for peace innovation, fellows will incubate and launch that of their own, partnering with other positive disruptors across industries to propel transformational change.

To broaden the scope of who gets a seat at the table and expand the Fellowship Program to include fellows who can represent and innovate for peace in every sector and industry, the Peace Innovation Initiative urges readers to consider partnering with them to provide mentorship, technology access, or data that will help fellows launch their own innovations for our planet and its people.

About The Peace Innovation Initiative: Founded as a 501(c)(3) in November 2021, the Peace Innovation Initiative is a team of pioneers - bridge-builders committed to making peace a sustainable reality. Dedicated to the creation and implementation of a global practice of peace, PII believes in the power of positive disruption and that conflict can trigger the reaction to sustainable peace practice.

PII builds the bridge from peace potential to practice by developing programs that connect innovative minds. For more information, visit www.innovatepeace.org

 About The University For Peace Created by the UN General Assembly in 1955, the University for Peace is an educational arm of the United Nations with its own Permanent Observer Mission.

Training leaders for peace for the past four decades, it is a unique global academic institution with over 2,000 Alumni from over 120 countries. Through its Master’s and Doctoral degree programs, UPEACE assists future leaders to explore and implement peacekeeping and peacebuilding strategies and practices to address threats to human and global wellbeing. The UPEACE experience is uniquely empowering, transformative and cultivates critical thinking in its students.
For more information, please visit www.upeace.org

Global Center of Peace Innovation Call for Fellowship Applications
Global Center of Peace Innovation Call for Fellowship Applications The Global Center of Peace Innovation at the University for Peace (UPEACE) is now accepting applications for the DNA of Peace Fellowship Program, a PhD fellowship program designed and led in partnership with the Peace Innovation Initiative (PII) to connect and equip top practitioner-scholars with the partnerships, spaces, education, and technology necessary to incubate and lead peace innovation from the ground up, starting in their own disciplines and communities of action.

Just as the Human Genome Project was a collaborative global research project committed to “identifying, sequencing, and mapping all the genes of the human genome” to build a healthier world, the DNA of Peace Fellowship Project serves as our first official research project at the Global Center in Costa Rica: committed to the scientific identification, sequencing, and mapping of all elements that activate the “genes” for peace—the building blocks for a peaceful world.

Peace is far too often understood as a vague and idealistic concept incapable of propelling true change in the world. We are committed to shifting this narrative and transforming mere potential for peace into actionable practice with real world implications across sectors, communities, and disciplines.

Since March 2021, we have been building a diverse body of scholars and practitioners to explore the role of positive disruption in peacebuilding, convening and synthesizing their insights through a series of global conferences and roundtable discussions in Central America, Europe, and the United States.

Through our collective data so far, we know peace innovation requires building partnerships and shared spaces across a diverse range of professions, personalities, identities, and global representation. It harnesses the power of connectivity to educate people, providing them with the knowledge and skills needed to co-design practical and transdisciplinary solutions to the seemingly intractable barriers to collective wellbeing today.

We also know these systems-based solutions often include material products but are not exclusively rooted in peace tech. Social innovations are just as critical to innovative practice within and across disciplines. Driven by the understanding that global peace requires personal, relational, organizational, national, and global wellbeing, we understand health as the most basic level of peace.

Moreover, the health of humans is intrinsically connected to and impacted by the health of our planet. In developing a definition of peace innovation as our foundation for creating and enabling this new field and global practice, we are therefore launching our fellowship program for the 2023-2024 Academic Year to begin exploring the role of peace innovation in health. As we begin to uncover what it means to research, study, and launch health-andpeace innovation, we are looking for two practitioner-scholars with expertise in a relevant health-related topic to join us as we launch this ground-breaking program at our research lab: the Global Center.

Throughout the course of the three-year PhD program at UPEACE, they will begin developing the genetic map of peace within the field of health, collectively exchanging their diverse ideas with other pioneer bridgebuilders and using data-driven research, testing, and analysis to scale their innovations for broader impact across disciplines. Important Dates ● Fellowship Term: July 2023 - August 2026 ● Accepting Applications: 27 Jan 2023 - 25 March 2023 ● Application Review: March 2023 - April 2023 ● Selection Announcement: May 2023 ● Beginning of the program: July 2023 Program Offerings As they transform academic theory and discourse into engaged practice, Fellows will receive ongoing guidance and support, relevant practical experience, and networking opportunities from PII, UPEACE and our partner organizations with the chance to further their work and share their academic findings through written publications and high-level talks.

Over the course of the 3 years of the program, fellows will receive: ● Comprehensive funding for academics, housing, and research at the Global Center of Peace Innovation; ● Access to educational and industry-relevant databases and cutting-edge technology for data collection and analytics, statistical analysis and secure data archiving; ● Mentorship from 1 global industry leader relevant to their specific research focus, with additional opportunities for advisership from local experts; ● Invitations and opportunities to participate in events and panel discussions at the UN and beyond; ● Publication opportunities with the University for Peace; and ● Teaching opportunities with the University for Peace (Master’s level) Upon graduation and successful completion of the Fellowship Program, fellows will gain: ● The title “Doctor of Philosophy” ● Placement in a global network to launch their peace innovations with relevant partners and in contexts best suited to their sustainable success. ● Access to the global UPEACE professional and academic community, including in campuses and offices located in San José (Costa Rica), New York, Geneva, The Hague, Beijing, Manila, Addis Ababa, Bonn, and Tegucigalpa. Fellow Profile Traditional PhD programs are designed to develop original research and train the next generation of academics within each field of study.

The DNA of Peace Fellowship Program will provide PhD students with the unique opportunity to develop an actionable pathway for putting their research into action in ways that have impact beyond their academic disciplines and shape their diverse careers as peace innovators for years to come.

The fellowship program is therefore designed for midlevel career professionals who have already developed a niche of study or practice within the field of health and are interested in building upon their existing knowledge and experience to develop and launch their peace innovations.

Understanding that global solutions must be co-designed with the people best positioned to lead the change on-the-ground, we prioritize the inclusion of leaders who have committed to playing active roles in broadening the scope of who gets a seat at the table, for themselves as equally as for others.

Whether these previous roles have been primarily rooted in academia or organizational program design and operations, we are looking for experienced practitioner-scholars: individuals who are committed to the development of both scholarship and practice and believe in the importance of translating health-related research into practical and sustainable solutions.

We believe that any innovative solution is only as sustainable as the extent to which it integrates collaboration across fields, through a systems-based approach. With this in mind, we seek applicants who approach problems through a transdisciplinary lens, committed to understanding the intersections of health with armed conflict, environmental changes, and inequity, and illuminating the drivers of conflict and disease.

Whether they are a peacebuilder, educator, doctor, environmentalist or public health professional, candidates should be experienced in developing comprehensive strategies for health and peace alongside other cross-sectoral professionals and excited about harnessing the power of intersectional research for the accelerated development of effective solutions in health.

Research Criteria Through the DNA of Peace Fellowship Program, we are collectively creating the firstever body of knowledge on peace innovation to support meaningful and sustainable impact for our collective future. As part of this first Fellowship cohort, our two chosen fellows will be expected to produce original dissertation research that contributes to collectively answering the question:

What is peace innovation in health, and what does it require? In tandem with their PhD programs at UPEACE, they will together uncover the fundamental elements of peace and peacebuilding to support their own development of peace innovations within the health sector.

With this in mind, the dissertation research criteria we expect from our fellows parallels the profile of our fellows, focusing on the theoretical and practical intersections of health, peace and innovation.

The kinds of questions we expect fellows to ask include: ● How does strengthening the infrastructure of peace intersect with strengthening the infrastructure of health? How does lack of access to healthcare contribute to conflict? ● How do we create systemic structures that uplift the communities disproportionately impacted by violence and illness? ● How can health tech be designed to promote peace? ● What connections exist between public health and peacebuilding from a communication perspective? Is it possible to have a standard blueprint? (i.e. core principles of healthcare, conflict prevention, and humanitarian assistance) ● How can we use big data to connect health-related conflicts to other global problems (climate change, discrimination of people with disabilities, genderbased violence, protection of indigenous knowledge, etc.) ● What new methodologies can be developed to better understand the linkages between innovation, peace, and health?

Specific topics and research areas that address the intersection of health, peace, and innovation might include: ● Data Security, Data Governance, AI Ethics, Migration, Indigenous Solutions to Environmental Resilience, Drone Technology, Drought and Flooding, Illicit Trade and the Illicit Economy, Human Trafficking, Public Health and Wellbeing, Emotional Intelligence, the Green Economy and the new labour force, Functional Medicine, Decentralization of Medical Care Fellows may pursue their research through methodologies that are relevant to (or have the capacity to be scaled for) multiple contexts across the globe, including but not limited to: ● Participatory research ● Action research ● Grounded theory research ● Comparative methodologies ● Multi-sited ethnography ● Case studies, given they are explicitly linked towards broader insight across contexts As they develop their research and collectively synthesize insights into a broader framework for peace innovation in health, fellows will actively apply their findings towards the practical design and launch of a health-and-peace innovation.

The resulting innovation may look like a product, program, or methodology that improves the quality of work within the fellow’s area of expertise, profession, or organization, and has the capacity to be scaled for the advancement of progress towards the UN SDGs and wellbeing of people and the planet.

Recognizing and mapping the complexity and full picture of a problem requires interdisciplinary thought and taking effective and sustainable action demands active cross-sector collaboration.

Therefore, in addition to working with scholars and materials from other fields throughout the research and design process, our expectation is that each fellow’s research will take a systems-based approach to both understanding the problem they’re addressing and building and launching the solution.

Requirements In addition to all required components of the PhD program, the DNA of Peace fellows will be expected to: ● Work with and learn from UPEACE Faculty across departments, ● Engage with local community stakeholders as they carry out their research or prepare to launch their peace innovations, ● Share regular reports on their research progress with fellowship partners, advisors, and mentors, ● Publish about the building blocks of peace at the Global Center, ● Deliver a draft framework for the continued study of health-and-peace innovation at and beyond UPEACE, ● Present research findings at a global conference at the end of the Fellowship, ● Continue the work developed throughout the course of the program in relevant contexts as they become peace innovators in health.

Eligibility The fellowship has been designed by uniting diverse minds with a similar disposition to peace, equipped with the knowledge and skills needed to create a program for real impact in the world.

We celebrate, support, and thrive on the creative and innovative power of convening across divides and academic or sector-based silos. To us, “diverse minds” includes people who come not only from different identity backgrounds (i.e. gender, race, ethnicity, nationality, socio-economic status, age, ideology, religion, etc.) but also from different intellectual and knowledge backgrounds who recognize the importance of innovation in their own fields and in the world.

All dimensions of the selection process will be directed with this in mind, on the basis of equity, qualifications, merit, and organizational need. What we have created together is a representation of who we are, and we seek fellows who are interested in harnessing the power of collaboration and positive disruption to create and enable a global practice of peace through connectivity and education. Individuals are eligible to apply for this fellowship if they: ● Are a registered UPEACE PhD Student or if they are interested in applying for such a position in tandem with this application; ● Have 5-8 years of work experience in their field and a Master’s degree, with research or active field experience at the intersections of health, peace and innovation; ● Demonstrate ongoing active public engagement in their particular niche within health and peace innovation; ● Already have a developed research question that has clear translatability into a peace innovation; ● Are actively seeking resources, connectivity, and digital support to further expand their network and pursue doctoral studies and research as they become leaders in peace innovation and their particular topic of study. Application Process In addition to all components of the PhD process www.upeace.org/applyadmissions/doctorateform

 you’ll include a short essay (1500 words or less) answering the following questions as a final component of your application. These will include: 1. How do you define peace innovation? 2. What is your peace innovation and how does that innovation get presented in scholarship versus practice? 3. How exactly does your peace innovation fit into (or how will it build upon) existing work in your field? Be specific. 4. Given that we’re looking for practitioner-scholars who are one step away from an innovation, what is involved in that last step? Be highly specific, including skills, knowledge, and tools needed to complete it. 5. After you complete the dissertation, how do you intend to carry your work forward in other communities of practice?

Be specific, including where, with which communities and leaders, etc. This essay must be sent to globalcenter@upeace.org before the deadline.

Please use FELLOWSHIP APPLICATION: YOUR NAME as the subject line of the email. DEADLINE TO APPLY: 25 March 2023 Selection Process After closing the application period, the Selection Committee will review applications that fulfil the requirements.

To adopt the decision, it will consider qualifications, merit, and organizational need, as well as equity. The Selection Committee’s decision is final and cannot be appealed. No member of the UPEACE community, or the Selection Committee, is in the position to give advice on individual applications or to give feedback about the applications. Applicants cannot contact the decision makers in this process.

Only applicants that are considered for the fellowship will be contacted by the UPEACE Admissions Officer.

About the Global Center of Peace Innovation: The Global Center of Peace Innovation was established in 2021 with the mission of creating a global culture of peace, where peace-inspired innovation serves as a foundation upon which our global systems of operation are built in a sustainable, efficient, ethnical, and creative way.

As civil society no longer exists solely within national or regional borders, the Center operates in a hybrid model, both in the physical and digital space, globally. By bringing synergy and cohesion to the international community, the Global Center of Peace Innovation serves as a central hub for conflict transformation and system rebuilds.

The Center is committed to the practice of our humanity, self-reflection, efficient problem-solving, and radical practicality, and it galvanizes multilateral efforts and exert a powerful muscle, pursuing innovation, being nimble and responsive in real time.

 Contact Information globalcenter@upeace.org

 www.upeace.org

 +506 2205 900

 

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