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Rwandan women and children light a memorial candle

Remembering the Rwandan Genocide

April 12, 2018
Years after the Rwandan genocide of 1994, women such as Eugenie Mukeshimana continue to participate in memorial ceremonies, just as they participated in the critical peace processes that moved their country forward from violence.

Speaking Their Peace: Women Peacebuilders Share Insights on Mobilization

March 26, 2018
There can be no peace without women peacebuilders.
Reimagining Women in Post-Conflict Settings

Re-Imagining Women’s Security

March 19, 2018
In a notable moment in the history of Women, Peace, and Security, Chief Commissioner for Human Rights in Northern Ireland Monica Williams launched the study on “Re-Imagining Women’s Security in Po
Female Nobel Peace Prize Winners

Five Female Nobel Peace Prize Winners to Add to Your Reading List

March 16, 2018
Looking to brush up on your readings from women peacebuilders? Then we have the list for you!

How Two Women Built Peace in Northern Ireland’s Deeply Divided Society

March 14, 2018
Despite its origins as a day of worship for Ireland’s patron saint, today, St.

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