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Making Women Count – Not Just Counting Women: Assessing Women's Inclusion and Influence on Peace Negotiations

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    Making Women Count – Not Just Counting Women: Assessing Women’s Inclusion and Influence on Peace Negotiations

    01.04.2016

    Report – IPTI and UN Women
     
    Thania Paffenholz, Nick Ross, Steven Dixon, Anna-Lena Schluchter, Jacquie True
     
    Fifteen years after the adoption of the landmark UN Security Council Resolution 1325, women remain significantly underrepresented in peace and transitional processes. A central challenge is the lack of evidence-based knowledge on the precise role and impact of women’s inclusion on peace processes. When women have been included in the past, it was mainly due to normative pressure applied by women’s groups and their international supporters.
     
    This report is based on results from the Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies’ multi-year research project entitled “Broadening Participation in Political Negotiations and Implementation” (2011-ongoing), and was originally prepared as an input to the Global Study in preparation for the High-level Review on the Implementation of UN Security Council Resolution 1325.
     
    This publication is also available in Spanish, Russian, Arabic and French

     

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