Women and Peace The role of Solomon Islands Women in Conflict Resolution and Peacebuilding

AUTHOR(S)
Morgan Brigg
Wren Chadwick
Cody Griggers
Janet Murdock
Tracy Vienings
Politics

While Solomon Islands women played an active and important role in creating the necessary conditions for the Solomon Islands peace process, they were largely excluded from the formal peace processes that brought about the end of the conflict known as the ‘Tensions’. This case study examines some of the roles women played during the conflict, as well as in post-Townsville peacebuilding efforts that continue today, while reflecting on the potential for expanding women’s roles in dialogue and conflict resolution processes in the future.

Research Type(s)
UN/IGO Document
Submitted by Toksave
March 21, 2021
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