Join The Elders and four women change-makers, activists and experts next Wednesday as they debate how to empower women in conflict and in peace-making, in a live-streamed public event.
From grassroots activists, to policy advisors and campaigners, four women are working to include women at all levels in the peace process.
"If anybody wants to adopt an issue that is challenging, unpredictable, exciting, adventurous and gratifying, and will stretch our hearts and minds and capabilities to the utmost, this is it." Jimmy Carter
Video highlights from The Elders' dialogue with students, activists and young entrepreneurs in Paris, April 2014.
What is the role of the media in promoting peace – without taking sides in a conflict? Martti Ahtisaari, Kofi Annan and Mary Robinson discussed this question at last week's Elders debate in Oxford.
The Elders discuss what they mean by 'speaking truth to power’, and how their status as Elders allows them to – as Jimmy Carter put it – “go where we please, meet with whom we choose, and say what we believe."
At an Elders debate in Oxford last week, Kofi Annan and Mary Robinson respond to questions about climate change and urge young people to mobilise ahead of a major climate conference in Paris in 2015.
From the Syria conflict and Security Council reform to citizen action on climate change: view the highlights from yesterday’s Elders event.
The Elders will discuss a range of issues – from conflict and sectarianism to good governance and women’s role in peacebuilding – at a debate this week in Oxford, UK.
Find out how you can follow the event and send in your questions for the Elders.
Why are The Elders focusing on climate change? Which countries are showing real leadership on the issue? And how can young people mobilise fellow citizens and push their leaders to take stronger action?
Jimmy Carter and Hina Jilani discussed these questions and more with students and climate activists on Tuesday.
How can we make sure world leaders take the bold action needed to tackle climate change – and what can young people do to spark political momentum?
Join the discussion with The Elders, students and climate activists next Tuesday.