Transitional Justice Institute will run its 10th annual Summer School with the theme of Gender, Conflict, Terrorism and Countering-Violent Extremism, at Ulster University, Belfast.
Professor Christine Bell, will speak on the role of women’s participation in peace processes as part of a UN Women and International Peace Institute policy forum.
Dr Catherine O’Rourke and Aisling Swaine will participate in the ‘Advanced Research Workshop on National Action Plans on Women, Peace and Security’ at University College Dublin
Georgetown Institute for Women, Peace and Security, The Global Gender Program of GW’s Elliott School of International Affairs, The Transitional Justice Institute at Ulster University, and UN Women are hosting a roundtable on “Enhancing Accountability for Women, Peace and Security: Maximizing Synergies between CEDAW and the WPS Resolutions”
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.
This event launches a special issue of International Affairs, analysing 15 years of the Women, Peace and Security (WPS) agenda.
Professor Fionnuala Ní Aoláin will speak at NYU Law School, alongside Nahla Valji and Nikki Reisch on the relevance of the Woman, Peace and Security agenda to the ‘War on Terror’ and extremism.
Professor Fionnuala Ní Aoláin is speaking about sexual violent in conflict at a U.S. Department of State event, as part of the ‘Women and Foreign Policy’ series.
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