Tag Archive: Gender

Inclusive Political Settlements: Theory and Practice of Transforming Conflict

We held our first PSRP Summer School, Inclusive Political Settlements: Theory and Practice of Transforming Conflict in Edinburgh, 20 – 22 June 2015. During these three days, we had the pleasure to host 25 participants from 14 different countries and five continents. This was not only a great opportunity to debate the research questions and […]

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PSRP Researcher Presenting: Peacebuilding Approaches to Countering Extremism

Professor Fionnuala Ni Aolain will speak at the Global Minnesota event Global Ties U.S. Regional Summit ‘Peacebuilding Approaches to Countering Extremism’

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PSRP Summer School Lecture: Ambassador Melanne Verveer

As part of the Transitional Justice Institute Summer School 2016 on ‘Women and Political Settlements: International, Regional and Local Approaches to Peacemaking’, Ambassador Melanne Verveer will speak about ‘Women Leading Peace: What Northern Ireland’s Example Can Teach the World’.

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Would you trust this woman with your country?

By PSRP Member, Laura Wise As the beleaguered Syrian peace process has developed innovative attempts to involve women, it is timely to ask how women are included in high-level negotiations, and how this participation is received. Exclusion of women from high-level peace negotiations is nothing new, and, to mark the 15 year anniversary of the Women, […]

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Female Suicide Bombers: Somethings Old and Somethings New

This post was originally published  as a “Monday Reflections” feature in Just Security. By Professor Fionnuala Ní Aoláin The international news media and human rights advocates alike have consistently publicized Boko Haram’s kidnapping, sexual violence, and torture of women in Northern Nigeria. Since 2009, reports have detailed the kidnapping of over 500 women and girls. The most infamous […]

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PSRP Researcher Presenting: Truth and Reparations for Northern Ireland – A Gender-Integrated Approach

TJI’s Dr Catherine O’Rourke is speaking at a Tom Lantos Human Rights Commission briefing on efforts to incorporate a gender lens into post-conflict truth and reparations proposals in Ireland and Britain.

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Women, Peace and Security at International Studies Association 2016

PSRP researchers Zoe Marks and Claire Duncanson will both present their research on gendered issues of inclusion in political settlements, and women’s military experiences in conflict at the 2016 International Studies Association conference in Atlanta.

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Gender, Violence and Conflict Seminar

The Gender Study Group of the Development Studies Association of Ireland and the Trinity International Development Initiative (TIDI) are hosting the seminar “Gender, Violence and Conflict” to mark International Women’s Day 2016.

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Making Transitional Justice Work for Women

Catherine O’Rourke will be a keynote speaker at the conference ‘A Gendered Approach to Constitution Building’ organised by Euromed Feminist Initiative.

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Gender injustice and conflict: the importance of including women at every stage of a peace process

Originally published on the SaferWorld Website as part of the blog series ‘Justice and peace‘ and ‘Gender‘. Republished with Permission. 15 February 2016 Including women at every stage of a peace process is vital to avoid replicating the structural injustices that are often at the root of conflict during the process of building peace itself, […]

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