World Peace Through Law Section
The World Peace Through Law Section focuses on international affairs and issues of war, peace, and law. A major benefit for members is the section's stimulating monthly forum series featuring experts addressing a diversity of current world affairs topics. See the section calendar for upcoming events.
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Dr. Denis Mukwege and his Fight to End Rape as Weapon of War
On March 8, the World Peace Through Law section commemorated International Women's Day with a presentation on the work of the Mukwege Foundation, which fights global sexual violence.
Presenter Marissa Pledger is originally from Denver, Colorado. She graduated from the University of San Diego with a degree in International Relations. Following this, she worked for the United States Peace Corps as a health volunteer in Senegal for two years. She currently works as a trainee for the Dr. Denis Mukwege Foundation. She began her work with the foundation about a year ago as an intern. She is also in her final semester at the Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies in Geneva, Switzerland. With the foundation, she primarily assists with the promotion of Panzi’s holistic model of care for survivors of sexual violence in conflict and the facilitation of the global survivor network/movement.
|(Terms ending Sept. 30, 2019)
Chair: Anna "Mickey" Moritz
Chair-Elect: Regina Paulose
Secretary & Treasurer: Anne Joyce Watanabe
Immediate-Past Chair: Randy Winn
Young Lawyer Liaison: Vanessa Hunsberger*
Members(Three-year term unless otherwise noted)
Position 1: Chalia Stallings-Ala'ilima (2017–2019)
Position 2: Camille McDorman (2018-2021)
Position 3: Vacant
Board of Governors Liaison: Bill Pickett*
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