Tag Archive: Gendering Practices of Post-Conflict Resolution

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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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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Does the good end justify all means? Critical remarks on the Global Study on the Implementation of UNSCR 1325

Fifteen years after the decision on the UN Security Council Resolution 1325 on women, peace and security (WPS), a Global Study was launched this September to reflect upon its impact and to discuss ways of further improving and developing the WPS agenda. Although the Global Study was unanimously welcomed in the circles of advocates and activists […]

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PSRP Members on UN Resolution 1325 – 15 years on

Two PSRP members, Aisling Swaine and Eleanor O’Gorman, contributed to the 50.50 Inclusive Democracy article series on  UN Resolution 1325 – 15 years on. In Implementing Resolution 1325: the role of National Action Plans, Aisling Swaine, underlines the need and challenges in implementing National Actions Plans to promote gender equality at national levels. On the frontline: women building peace, Eleanor […]

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