Lessons learned from Afghanistan, Nepal and Uganda on women’s participation in peacebuilding and post-conflict governance
UN Security Council Resolution 1325 (SCR 1325, 2000) was hailed a victory for women’s rights activists around the world.
The adoption of the resolution represented a significant step forward in recognising the strategic contribution that women can make to peace and security policy, as well as acknowledging the increasing use of violence against women as a tactic of war.
Yet a decade later, women are still largely absent from peace negotiations. How can the policy be turned into practice, which impacts on the lives of women most affected by conflict?"
- Countries: South Africa, Zambia
- Published: August 2010
- Countries: Ethiopia, Kenya
- Co-authors: Overseas Development Institute
- Published: July 2010
- Countries: Nepal
- Co-authors: Roopa Hinton
- Published: June 2010
- Countries: Bangladesh
- Published: May 2010
- Co-authors: Frederic Mousseau
- Published: January 2010