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Women’s World Magazine (48): Tracing Feminist Peace

This edition of Women’s World presents an analysis of the implementation of the Beijing Declaration and Platform for Action. Indicating that while significant progress has been made and milestones achieved, the gaps in the implementation of the Platform is obvious as no country in the world has achieved gender equality.

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Tracing Feminist Peace: From Beijing to MDGs and Beyond

Since 1996, Isis-WICCE had demonstrated an impressive alternative to the world’s limited responses to situations of armed conflict particularly in addressing women’s dire needs. We have had extensive experience and expertise working with women organisations, strategic partners and survivors of armed and post conflict, globally. Therefore, twenty years of Beijing is

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Conflict Transformation and Peace Building: A Training Resource Pack

This resource pack – The Manual, Facilitator’s Guide and Toolkit- was developed with resources from a women’s leadership peace education programme that is aimed at strengthening women’s leadership through critical analysis of their environment, and thinking of strategies to improve their circumstances as well as of others in their environment.

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Unveiling Justice: Rape Survivors Speak out

This report on access to justice for rape survivors examines the context of conflict in Nepal and how it has perpetuated different forms of violence. It further analyses the legal framework and response mechanisms, the barriers that women face in accessing justice. It concludes by providing proposals for reform that

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Gulu Report

Women’s Experiences of Armed Conflicts in Uganda, Gulu district

The report presents the findings of the study that  assessed  the effects of armed conflict on women in Gulu district, Northern Uganda. The study  documented women’s experiences and examined the effects of war on women’s health and economic status. In addition the study  explored the role of women, their participation, coping mechanisms during

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