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Financing gender-inclusive peace: Gaps in implementing the Women, Peace and Security Agenda
Watch UN Women's animation on the Impact of Gender Identities, Norms and Relations on Violent Extremism
Watch the recording of the Monash Gender, Peace and Security Centre's webinar with the Castan Centre for Human Rights Law on Women and International Peace and Security in Afghanistan
Building globally-recognised, gender-inclusive research evidence to deliver peace and security globally.
A series of debates on the role of women, human rights and gender equality issues in the Afghan peace process.
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In this piece, authors Alexandra Phelan and Jacqui True give a summary of the arguments raised in their new article for BISA journal Review of International Studies (RIS). The full article is titled 'Navigating gender in elite bargains: Women's movements and the quest for inclusive peace in Colombia'.
Australia, and the world, must insist that negotiations safeguard women's rights, else talk of peace will be empty.
One would expect that in 20 years of 1325 UNSCR there has been significant change in women’s participation in peace and security. However, whether such change has been effective can be examined from two aspects: developing a Plan of Action in a national and provincial level, and implementation of the Plan of Action.