Duration: 15:00 – 16:00 (BST)
Strengthening global peace, security and governance
In this webinar, Commonwealth Alumnus Terri-Ann Gilbert-Roberts will discuss her work in recognising youth peace and security as an important global agenda for governance. The webinar will provide an insight on her work on ‘The Missing Peace’, an independent Progress Study which was submitted to the UN Security Council in 2018, the implications of the global agenda on Youth Peace and Security, and will highlight some important issues to be considered going forward.
The webinar will last for approximately 1 hour, including a Q&A session.
The CSC’s Knowledge Hub webinar series is open to Hub members. Through the series, Commonwealth Scholars and Alumni will discuss their work and contribution to development across a range of contemporary global challenges, and provide insight into ongoing research and action.
You can watch previous webinars on the CSC’s YouTube channel.
Terri-Ann Gilbert-Roberts is Research Manager in the Economic Youth and Sustainable Development Directorate of the Commonwealth Secretariat, Jamaica. She specialises in exploring opportunities for facilitating change at the intersection of democratic governance, regionalism and youth development, especially in the Caribbean context. She has vast experience of working in advisory roles with the Governments of Canada and Jamaica and has worked as a youth empowerment expert. She was appointed by the UN Secretary-General to an Advisory Group of Experts for the Security Council-mandated Progress Study on Youth Peace and Security.
Terri-Ann is a 2007 Commonwealth Scholar from Jamaica (PhD in Regional Governance, University of Sheffield) and 2016 Academic Fellow (University College London).