GENDER, PEACE AND SECURITY IN BRIEF

This short publication series explores different aspects of gender, peace and security issues

The Gender Associations Gender, Peace & Security In Brief series is a collection of briefing papers written by our Lead Associates that provide an in-depth look at a number of important gender, peace and security issues, methodologies and services. The series examines new trends and emerging issues; methods and challenges to implementation; and country specific initiatives that promote equality and peace.

We invite you to have a read:

Gender, Peace and Security
In Brief #1: What are some of the gaps, trends and emerging issues related to gender, peace and security?

By Nicola Popovic

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Gender, Peace and Security
In Brief #2: How can we bridge the gap between humanitarian aid and peacebuilding?

By Sarah Martin

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Gender, Peace and Security
In Brief #3: How can we increase the impact of National Action Plans on United Nations Security Council Resolution 1325?

By Mirsad “Miki” Jacevic

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Gender, Peace and Security
In Brief #4: Why do we need to talk about gender, diversity and climate change when it comes to peace and security in Latin America?

By Diana López Castañeda

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Gender, Peace and Security
In Brief #4: Paz y Seguridad en América Latina: ¿Por qué necesitamos hablar de género, diversidad y cambio climático?

By Diana López Castañeda

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Gender, Peace and Security
In Brief #5: How do Yemeni women use art as a tool for peacebuilding in times of war?

By Atiaf Alwazir

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Gender, Peace and Security
In Brief #6: How can inclusive, local peacebuilding initiatives contribute to the prevention and response to violence against women in Zimbabwe?

By Dudziro Nhengu

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