Theresa Dunn

My private practice in peace and conflict resolution is and I am a member of the Canadian Peace Initiative and the Civilian Peace Service Canada


Location: Ontario

Tell us about your work on WPS

My most recent involvement has been with the RN-WPS that coordinated a national dialogue on Where is the Peace? in Canada’s approach to global affairs. The results is a white paper distributed to our politicians with many recommendations.

Share a highlight of your work on WPS issues

The highlight was the inclusive and profound content of the White Paper that calls our government to get serious about having a feminist agenda towards peace

Who do you admire in the WPS field?

Having met dedicated women who work towards peace through many diverse cultures and traditions is very satisfying and hope filled.

What have you read recently that you would like to recommend to Network members?

Whole Brain Living by Julie Bolte Taylor

If you could make one recommendation for the next National Action Plan on WPS, what would it be?

Include the recommendations of the RN-WPS White Paper

What is your dream for the WPS agenda?

That those in the Network will find a voice with the authority to make decisions that will change the war centred choices of our international leaders.