Sanam Naraghi Anderlini's latest book, Women Building Peace: What They Do, Why it Matters, continues her ground-breaking exploration of gender and conflict. A longtime consultant to the U.N. and NGOs on these issues, Anderlini has produced several important field studies and analyses of how women build and sustain peace in their war-torn countries and communities, often in unconventional ways. Sanam Naragi Anderlini was born and raised in Iran and educated at Cambridge University in the U.K. She has held leadership posts with International Alert, Women Waging Peace, and is now, in addition to her consultancies, a Research Affiliate of MIT's Center for International Studies.
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