Are women the key to unlocking peace?

The adoption of UN Security Resolution 1325 was supposed to be a turning point for women as it affirmed that women hold a unique experience during and after times of conflict. The resolution called for the strengthening of women’s and girls’ protection from conflict-related sexual violence and women’s equal participation in all stages of the prevention and resolution of conflict. However, 19 years on, women are still struggling to gain equal representation in all stages of the prevention and conclusions of conflicts...

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