Women in Mediation and Peace Processes
The Women in Mediation and Peace Processes project seeks to provide policymakers with an evidence-based understanding of the impact of women’s participation in peace processes. Launched in fall 2013, the project examines the strategies and tactics mediators use to include women, the different ways that women participate in peace processes, and the impact that this participation has on sustainable peace.
Through a combination of original research and strategic outreach, IPI aims to fill a gap in current knowledge of women’s roles in this area and provide mediators with concrete tools for designing inclusive processes.
Below are some highlights, including video excerpts from recent events addressing women’s roles in peacemaking held at IPI.
Women in Conflict Mediation: Why It Matters
Inclusive Peacemaking: Challenges and Opportunities Could Syrian Civil Society Tilt the Odds in Favor of Peace?
Mary Robinson Speaks on the Great Lakes Peace Process
Leymah Gbowee Speaks on Women’s Leadership in Africa and Beyond
Women Peacemakers Series
Democratizing Peace Processes: Women at the Table
Trumping History with Hope in Great Lakes Region: Interview with Mary Robinson
Women’s Peace Leadership ''Smart Policy,'' and UN Pushes For More
New Hope amid Persistent Challenges for Women in Iran: Interview with Parisa Kakaee
To Bring More Women Into Peace Processes, They Need to Stand Up Everywhere: Interview with Akinyi Walender
"Women Have Been Abandoned" in Central African Republic Violence: Interview with Brigitte Balipou
Toward Gender-Sensitive Peacebuilding: Interview with Isabelle Geuskens
Tired of Suffering, Ugandan Women Turn to Peacebuilding: Interview with Rose Othieno
Interview with Visaka Dharmadasa on War-Affected Women in Sri Lanka
|Andrea Ó Súilleabháin