Center for Media and Peace Initiatives

CMPI is a 501 (c) (3) independent, nonprofit organization dedicated to the promotion of conflict-resolving media practices and better policy around the world. 

 

UN-ECOSOC Consultative Status

CMPI holds special consultative status with the United Nations Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC)

Letter of Approval

“Security System Governance: Confronting Democratic Diminution and Lawlessness”

Date: March 18 – 23, 2024
Venue: New York

Overview: The Conference on “Security System Governance: Confronting Democratic Diminution and Lawlessness” seeks to deepen the understanding of participants on the intersection between peace, rule of law, and strong institutions. Participants will explore the potentials of security governance towards peace and justice in the face of the growing backsliding of democracy in many countries including the United States.

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Center for Media & Peace Initiatives P.O. Box 384 New York, NY 10163

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info@cmpimedia.org

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