This project introduced a ‘practice-lab’ model which explored the themes, ideas and assumptions relating to inclusion and peace processes that underpin our research, with people working in their local country context. We held some general practice labs and some specific gender practice labs (see below), some of which were designed to pave the way for a fuller case study. These labs looked at effective strategies employed by marginalised groups, or non-elite coalitions – including focusing on women and non-aligned minorities – with respect to inclusion of these actors and their agendas for change in peace talks, peace agreements, political legislation, and institutions.
- Author : Harriet Cornell
- Category : Case Studies, Gender, Navigating Inclusion, Peace Processes
- Date : June 17, 2015