Category Archive: Gender

Accessing Political Power: Women and Political Power-Sharing in Peace Processes

Accessing Political Power: Women and Political Power-Sharing in Peace Processes Citation: Download report Download the report in Arabic About: This brief sets out the various contexts in which different forms of political power-sharing are established in peace agreements. It indicates the challenges for women but also for other groups who are not at the centre of […]

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‘Securing’ Peace: Women and Security Arrangements in Peace Processes

‘Securing’ Peace: Women and Security Arrangements in Peace Processes Citation:  Download report Download the report in Arabic About: This brief focuses on the relevance of security arrangements in peace processes to women. Security provisions in peace agreements tend to focus on security in relation to armed actors that are primarily men, and often fail to […]

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Gaining Ground: Women and Territorial Power-Sharing in Peace Processes

Gaining Ground: Women and Territorial Power-Sharing in Peace Processes Citation: Download report Download the report in Arabic About: This brief presents the different forms of territorial power-sharing that arise in peace agreements, and the potential opportunities and risks for women’s inclusion that these can entail. It proposes critical questions that women could ask of peace processes […]

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Women, Constitution-Making and Peace Processes

Women, Constitution-Making and Peace Processes Citation:  Download report Download the report in Arabic About: This brief sets out guiding questions for women seeking to brainstorm and engage in constitutional reform processes, and notes some of the key areas where a gender influence is often brought to bear, or where there are significant risks for women […]

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Women’s participation in peace talks in Afghanistan

Women in Peace Agreements: An Analysis of the PA-X Dataset

Women in Peace Agreements: An Analysis of the PA-X Dataset Kevin McNicholl and Christine Bell, Gender Workshop, 21 March 2018 University of Ulster, Jordanstown. Download presentation A shorter version of this presentation was also presented at ECPR in Hamburg, 23 August 2018 on the panel: Mixed- And Multi-Methods Design to Studying Conflict And Political Violence. […]

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New institutions, new gender rules

New institutions, new gender rules Fiona Mackay and Cera Murtagh, presented at: Annual Conference of the Political Studies Association Ireland, All Hallows Campus, Dublin City University  October 13-15, 2017 5th European Conference on Politics and Gender, University of Lausanne, June 8-10, 2017 Download presentation ERC-UIC International Conference ‘Gender, Institutions & Change: Feminist Institutionalism after 10 […]

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EJIL: Live! Editor-in-Chief interview with Catherine O’Rourke

Conflict-Related Violence Against Women: Transforming Transition

Conflict-Related Violence Against Women: Transforming Transition Citation: Buy or access the book Abstract: By comparatively assessing three conflict-affected jurisdictions (Liberia, Northern Ireland and Timor-Leste), Conflict-Related Violence against Women empirically and theoretically expands current understanding of the form and nature of conflict-time harms impacting women. The ‘violences’ that occur in conflict beyond strategic rape are first identified. […]

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Intimate Partner Violence in Conflict and Post-Conflict Societies: Insights and Lessons from Northern Ireland

Intimate Partner Violence in Conflict and Post-Conflict Societies: Insights and Lessons from Northern Ireland Citation: Download research report. Key points: An understanding of intimate partner (‘domestic’) violence that incorporates coercive and controlling behaviour related to threats of harassment and psychological abuse alongside physical violence, is crucial to addressing Intimate Partner Violence (IPV). IPV is linked […]

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