This November, OSF will be participating in the International Civil Society Action Network’s (ICAN) Annual Forum in Rabat, Morocco. As an ICAN partner, we wanted to take this opportunity to highlight some of their recently published interviews, featuring insights and expertise straight from their partners in the field.
With our most recent set of WPS micro-hacks in mind, we ask what might security mean for the women, men, girls, and boys living in the Small Island Developing States?
Practice the second set of micro-hacks by examining a policy brief on security on the Korean Peninsula.
Try hacking it yourself! Use our lastest micro-hacks to apply a gender perspective to a policy brief on "Reviving the AU's maritime security" from the Institute for Security Studies.
President of the 72nd General Assembly, Miroslav Lajčák, joined the growing list of International Gender Champions, leaders who are striving to achieve gender equality by breaking down gender barriers in practical ways.
The recent much-more-than-inclement weather has brought discussions on climate change and environmental protections to the forefront. Worldwide, states have been hit by devastating storms—from Hurricane Irma here in the United States, to sweeping mudslides in Freetown, Sierra Leone, which left an estimated 800 dead and 7,000 displaced.
Our Notes From The Field series has been designed to highlight the opinions and advice of Women, Peace and Security experts around the world. In this series, we hope to bring attention not only to the tireless work they have been doing, but also to their plans for the future.
Our Notes from the Field series is designed to highlight the opinions and advice of Women, Peace and Security experts around the world. In this series, we hope to bring attention not only to the tireless work they’ve been doing, but also to their plans for the future.
Up next on our list of great summer reads is NYT best-seller, Notorious RBG, the Life and Times of Ruth Bader Ginsburg, by Irin Carmon and Shana Knizhnik, which chronciles the live of Supreme Court Judge Ruth Bader Giunsberg, providing a poignant example of the main tenents of Women, Peace and Security in action.