Peacemaking in Asia and the Pacific: Women’s Participation, Perspectives and Priorities

Centre for Humanitarian Dialogue

The growing body of research showing the influence of women on peace agreements indeed underlines that the benefits are important and all to the good. But linking the engagement of women in peace negotiations to what they have suffered still underscores women’s experience as victims. This publication helps to remind us that women have a right to sit at the negotiating table as actors with a stake in the future of their country and with a stake in international peace and security. Women belong there as decision-makers and as problem-solvers.

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Submitted by Toksave
March 21, 2021
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