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Women’s Participation in Peace Processes

UN Photo/Martine Perret

Peace negotiators often overlook a proven strategy to reduce conflict and advance stability: include women.

November 2, 2017

UN Photo/Martine Perret
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Women's Political Leadership

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Women and Women's Rights

Wars and Conflict

Despite women’s contributions to preventing and resolving conflicts, they are often excluded from negotiating tables. Explore original data and country case studies to learn how women have participated in peace processes and what effect they have had.

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Conflict Prevention

Women's Political Leadership

Treaties and Agreements

Women and Women's Rights

Wars and Conflict

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