CMI’s Ladies for Peace (L4P) 20.4.2022, 15:00 - 16:30

31 March 2022

CMI’s Ladies for Peace (L4P) is a network of women who share President Martti Ahtisaari’s vision “All conflicts can be resolved” and support CMI’s efforts in developing innovative solutions to tackle issues that prevent peace processes from moving forward.

We are pleased to invite you to our first meeting in a long time on Wednesday, April 20th2022 from 15.00 to 16.30 at CMI office (Eteläranta 12) for a discussion with CMI’s Oskari Eronen, Head, Asia Programme on

China - what to follow?

War in Ukraine has already moved many pieces of global politics even if long-term vectors of changes are still unknown. China has been modest in its comments regarding the conflict, mainly following the development of the situation. What should one be following now in China’s actions? Towards which direction is China leaning? We will also go through some domestic, economic & technological as well as geopolitical aspects. Join us in a discussion with CMI and the L4P community.

Please sign up for the event here by Friday April 8th, 2022. As we want to organize a safe meeting, the number of seats will be limited. Please do sign up early as the seats will be filled on first come, first served basis.

We look forward to seeing you in April!


CMI, Vladimira Therman and Maria Ahlström-Bondestam

CMI – Martti Ahtisaari Peace Foundation is an independent Finnish organization that works to prevent and resolve conflicts through dialogue and mediation. Founded by Nobel Peace Laureate and former President of Finland Martti Ahtisaari in 2000, we have since grown to be a leader in the field of international peacemaking. Our team consists of more than 100 international experts and over 300 global partners from a variety of fields with whom we have advanced more than 50 peace processes the Middle East, North Africa, Sub-Saharan Africa, Eurasia, and Asia.

CMI’s Ladies for Peace (L4P) is a network of women who share President Martti Ahtisaari’s vision “All conflicts can be resolved” and support CMI’s efforts in developing innovative solutions to tackle issues that prevent peace processes from moving forward.