The Global Youth Peace Dialogue Conference is a platform that aims to promote Peace & Tolerance and build communities of dialogue through the inclusion of global youth, policymakers, civil society and other stakeholders in a constructive dialogue to discuss contemporary challenges, share solutions, Ideas and best practices to galvanize current efforts for peace and form new partnerships that will counter different forms of intolerance that leads to the exclusion of our youth and undermines their ability to develop and excel their capacities to act and make an impact.

Date: Friday 21st of September, 2018

Time: 9:00 am - 3:30 pm


The Global Youth Peace Dialogue is organized by:

In Partnership with:

Supported By:

Digital Media Sponsor


George Washington University - Jack Morton Auditorium, Washington D.C.


H.E. Kawthar Alarbash


Al-Shoura Council of Saudi Arabia (Consultative Assembly)

Jessica Srikantia, Ph.D.

Associate Professor

Schar School of Policy and Government, Program on Organization Development & Knowledge Management, George Mason University

Philip Auerswald, Ph.D.

Chief Academic Officer

The Hult Prize Foundation


Founding Chair and Academic Director

Global Entrepreneurship Research Network

Dwayne R. Matthews

Diversity Recruiter

Peace Corps

Joseph Minarik, Ph.D.

Senior Vice President and Director of Research

Committee for Economic Development (CED)

Dr. Brian Hollar

Director of Economics Program

Marymount University

Rebecca Klein Scott &

Keith Scott


TALLsmall Productions

Marco Sanchez

Youth Engagement Coordinator

United Nations Association

Dr. Nathaniel Greenberg

Associate Professor of Arabic

George Mason University

Eliza Chard

Manager, Technical Services

Making Cents International

H.E. Dr. Mohammed AlEissa

Cultural Attaché

Saudi Cultural Mission to the U.S.

Nasreen Alkhateeb

Content Director, Transmedia Storyteller

All Media Storytelling

Robert Kinsler

Founder & CEO

United Fray

Malinda Kathleen Reese

Singer, Songwriter, Actor, and Youtube Personality

Dr. Mike Ghouse

Executive Director

Center for Pluralism

Mohammed Alhajji

Ph.D. Candidate

Social and Behavioral Sciences

Temple University

Dr. Heba F. El-Shazli

Assistant Professor

George Mason University

Schar School of Policy & Government

Patricia A. Maulden, Ph.D.

Associate Professor

Conflict Resolution

Associate Professor

Dialogue & Difference Project

School for Conflict Analysis & Resolution at George Mason University

Dr. Tehama Lopez Bunyasi

Associate Professor

School for Conflict Analysis & Resolution

George Mason University

Note: More Speakers will be announced very soon!

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