Susan Yoshihara

Susan Yoshihara is Senior Vice President for Research and Director of the International Organizations Research Group at the Center for Family & Human Rights, where she advises UN delegations and U.S. policy makers on women, peace and security, maternal and child health policy, population, and human rights. She has participated in UN negotiations on development and human rights since 2006 as a member of civil society, and served on the Holy See delegation to the UN Commission on Population and Development. Dr. Yoshihara has testified as an expert before UN and U.S. government bodies, including the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, UN Security Council, and the UN Economic and Social Council, on the human rights treaty system, human trafficking, women and children in post-conflict peace building, and the role of the family in sustainable development. She is co-editor of Population Decline and the Remaking of Great Power Politics (Potomac Books, 2012).

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