The Peace Centre in partnership with Cordaid conducted a study to take stock of 20 years of the United Nations Security Council Resolution 1325 with a focus on the Shrinking Spaces at Global and Regional policy-making platforms for Women’s Rights Organisations focused on the Women Peace and Security Agenda.
The study explored possibilities of women peace builders’ access, participation and influence in policy-making spaces. In particular, the study drew on qualitative interviews with women peacebuilders and took stock of existing policy platforms at national, regional and global levels, analysed institutional cultures that buttress different policy-making platforms and the implications these institutional cultures have for women’s access, participation and influence in peacebuilding processes. The researchers further explored opportunities that exist to rethink and strengthen women access, participation and influence (voice) in policy-making platforms to promote a transformative agenda for peace.
Shrinking Spaces for Women Peacebuilders and Organizations Advancing Feminist Peace_English
Shrinking Spaces for Women Peacebuilders and Organizations Advancing Feminist Peace_French