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David Shorr

David Shorr

David Shorr is a program officer in the Stanley Foundation's US Foreign Policy and Global Governance strategic areas, responsible for the foundation's programs on human relief and protection; the UN, peace, and security; and US-UN relations.

David has spent his career with NGOs, most of them in Washington, whose mission is to promote international peace, human rights, and humanitarian action. Prior to joining the foundation, David was a project director with the Lawyers Committee for Human Rights, where he was responsible for editing In the National Interest 2001, the committee's agenda of human rights policies for the incoming Bush Administration. During earlier positions with Refugees International and Search for Common Ground, David was founding organizer of the Great Lakes Policy Forum, which since early 1995 has brought together NGO and government representatives for a monthly discussion of the protracted crisis in Central Africa. As director of ethnic conflict programs at Search for Common Ground, David was responsible for dialogue and reconciliation programs in such ethnically polarized societies as Burundi, Macedonia, and Bosnia.

He received his B.A. from Brown University and an M.P.A. from Harvard's Kennedy School of Government.

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