Peace and Security

Suzan Aref

Case Study: When it Comes to NAPs, Iraq Leads the Way in MENA

October 22, 2018
This is the fifth installment in a blog series on civil society’s engagement with the Women, Peace and Security agenda. The series shares perspectives from multiple focus areas of One Earth Future.
Journey of a Thousand Miles: Peacekeepers still

An Inside Look at Bangladesh’s All-Women Peacekeeping Unit

October 16, 2018
What challenges do women face as peacekeepers? A Journey of a Thousand Miles: Peacekeepers follows a unit of 162 all-women peacekeepers from their training to their deployment in post-earthquake Haiti from 2013-2014.
Julie Bishop at UN

National Action Plan Case Study: Australia as a Model for Success

October 12, 2018
This is the fourth installment in a blog series on civil society engagement with the Women, Peace and Security agenda. The series shares perspectives from multiple focus areas of One Earth Future.
screengrab from UN peacekeeping video

Why Do We Need Women to Build Peace?

October 09, 2018
Women peacekeepers are a critical part of building and sustaining peace, but still make up the minority of peacekeeping forces worldwide.
Beatrice Fihn Nobel Peace Prize nuclear weapons

The Woman Leading the Movement Against Nuclear Weapons

September 26, 2018
“Giving voice to that humanitarian perspective is how we will create the end of fear, the end of denial. And ultimately, the end of nuclear weapons.”- Beatrice Fihn

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