Category Archive: Women

The Oxford Handbook of Gender and Conflict

The Oxford Handbook of Gender and Conflict Citation: Purchase the book. Key points: Focuses on the multidimensionality of gender in conflict Provides a substantial set of case studies from across the globe on conflict and gender Assesses the role of gender in violent conflicts, with an emphasis on women’s experiences Keywords: gender; conflict Return to search […]

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Expert Witness Testimony: Congress House Committee on Foreign Affairs Hearing on Women and Security

Political Settlements – Connecting Gender Analysis between the spheres of formal politics, social movements, external actors, and Gender Policy Outcomes

Gender, Institutions and Political Settlements

Gender, Institutions and Political Settlements Marks, Z. (University of Edinburgh)   Return to Multimedia Database.

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Serving women in Iraq and Syria: has UNSCR 1325 made a difference?

The Missing Piece: The Limits and Possibilities of the WPS Agenda

Women, Peace And Security – Research Agendas

Indigenous women and Colombia’s peace process

Indigenous women and Colombia’s peace process Salamanca, R. E., Ramirez, L. Cárdenas, M., Yousuf, Z. and Close, S. (June 2017) Citation:  Download the report. Key points: • Colombia’s Final Peace Agreement sets 
an international standard for the inclusion 
of indigenous women in peace processes: women’s and indigenous women’s organisations effectively lobbied to ensure their meaningful […]

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Rethinking the Women, Peace and Security Agenda through the Lens of Resistance

This blog post by Professor Fionnuala Ní Aoláin, PSRP researcher from the Transitional Justice Institute (TJI) University of Ulster, was first published by Just Security on 17th April 2017. In this piece, Fionnuala adds to the criticisms of the Women, Peace and Security Agenda the failute to include women’s resistance in conflict zones as exercise of […]

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Women, Conflict and Public Authority in the Congo

Women, Conflict and Public Authority in the Congo Cuvelier, J. and Bashwira, M.-R. (2016) Key points: • Congolese women are involved in the exercise of local public authority and thus not entirely absent from political arena. • Women’s organisations do not have unequivocal positive effects on peace and stability and women’s inclusion alone does not […]

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