Support Women, Peace and Security

Women are playing an ever greater role in preventing and resolving conflict, reconstructing communities devastated by violence and war, and building sustainable societies. The Kroc School's Joan B. Kroc Institute for Peace and Justice is recognized globally as a leader in research, teaching and practice on gender-inclusive peacebuilding. This important work includes the protection of human rights, connecting grassroots leaders to government, business and security leaders and documenting successful gender-responsive peacebuilding practice.

Join the Women PeaceMakers Solidarity Network

Men and women can join the Women PeaceMakers Solidarity Network (SolNet) with a pledge of $2500 or more annually for three years to support the trailblazing Women PeaceMakers program, which offers a residency at USD for global women peace and justice leaders to document and teach their lessons learned to share effective and proven peacebuilding strategies and tactics. As a member of SolNet, you will receive reserved parking and seating at all Women PeaceMakers events, enjoy an exclusive SolNet luncheon with the Women PeaceMakers, and receive a copy of the 10th Anniversary Women PeaceMakers book with stories of 35 changemakers who are building a better world in the face of unimaginable obstacles. Join SolNet.

Women PeaceMakers

Support women, peace and security programs including the Women PeaceMakers program, regional dialogues on defying extremism, policy advocacy on gender-responsive peacebuilding and protection of women's rights in conflict and Post-conflict reconstruction. Make a gift of $1500 or more and be recognized in the Joan B. Kroc Society and the USD President's Club. Help Women PeaceMakers succeed.