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The Nobel Peace Prize Forum

An international peace-building expert with extensive experience in United Nations security-related initiatives and policy development in gender issues, Gina Torry has been leading the Nobel Peace Prize Forum at Augsburg College since October 2014.

Torry has worked closely with the UN, its member states, regional organizations, women's civil society groups, and networks worldwide. She most recently served as executive director of the Peace Research Endowment, the North American presence of the Peace Research Institute-Oslo. Prior to that, Torry worked for several years with the UN Department of Political Affairs Policy and Mediation Division.

Torry holds a BA in Comparative Literature/Political Science from the American University of Paris, and Master of Science in Gender Studies from the London School of Economics & Political Science.

Event Properties

Event Date November 7, 2015 11:00 am
Event End Date November 7, 2015 2:00 pm
Registration Start Date October 1, 2015
Cut off date November 6, 2015
Individual Price $26.00
Late Fee $10.00(From November 2, 2015)
We are no longer accepting registration for this event
$26.00

We are a vibrant group of professional women
who are interested in contemporary Norwegian
issues and all things Norwegian. 

 

The Lakselaget Scholarship and Opportunity
Fund was established to celebrate, encourage
and advance the organization's motto,
women who swim against the current. 

 

Lakselaget holds monthly luncheons where
members gather to network, share news, and
take part in a traditional Norwegian meal
of salmon, potatoes and cucumber salad.