By comparison with many places, the Northern Ireland peace process is a stunning success story in terms of the reduction in conflict deaths. Both the peace process and comprehensive peace agreement were marked by high-profile efforts at inclusion of political and military elites, as well as broader social groups – notably women. In addition, the much more variable success in securing inclusion in the implementation of power-sharing also offers important learning for peace settlements elsewhere.
- Author : Harriet Cornell
- Category : Case Studies, Gender, Peace Processes
- Date : July 16, 2015
- Tags : Armed Actors Gender Northern Ireland