UN Peace Keepers Round Table
In today’s most dangerous trouble spots, United Nations peacekeepers are working to separate warring parties and protect people from the scourge of armed conflict. It’s an inherently dangerous mission, costing the lives of more than 3,600 uniformed and civilian personnel since operations launched in 1948. The program was awarded a Nobel Peace Prize in 1988.
The United Nations Association of Greater Kansas City presents a panel of international military officers currently studying at the U.S. Army Command and General Staff College to discuss their missions, recall their challenges and share their achievements.
Reception at 1:00pm, Program at 2:00pm
Monday - Saturday 10:00 am - 5:00 pm