A three-year project delivered by the ACAA Funded by the Pilgrim Trust A London charity’s work to empower 100s of marginalised Muslim women has improved self-worth, independence and integration, a new report by a Goldsmiths, University of London researcher concludes. Read more HERE.
What the economics of building and sustaining peace look like in the war-torn country. Thursday, March 28, 2019 /BY:William Byrd https://www.usip.org/publications/2019/03/can-afghanistan-reap-peace-dividend-if-taliban-talks-succeed In recent months there has been a flurry of movement in the Afghan peace process, leading to talk of a “peace dividend” that would boost the country’s economy and incentivize and sustain peace. For example, […]
Women’s meaningful participation in peace processes Between 1990 and 2017, women constituted only 2 per cent of mediators, 8 per cent of negotiators, and 5 per cent of witnesses and signatories in all major peace process . Women’s participation in peace negotiations increases the durability and the quality of peace. A recent study investigating 82 […]