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Recommendations for the new Biden Administration about Women, Peace and Security.
A tribute to Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s thoughts and quotes on women in leadership, stereotypes on the basis of sex/gender, and human rights.
Grassroots women-led groups given the 2020 Distinguished Partners for Women, Peace and Security Award in honor of Maeve Kennedy Townsend McKean.
The Women, Peace and Security agenda, as laid out by UN Security Council Resolution 1325, presents many opportunities to transform the peace and security sector. First and foremost, to make formal peacemaking and peacebuilding processes and structures more inclusive, effective, and responsive to the needs and capacities of the entire population.
“Investments in women are positively correlated to growth, prosperity, stability, democracy, health - and vital to our national security. We cannot write off the talent of half the world and expect to confront our challenges.”
Brave Girls tells a universally relatable coming-of-age story about rebellion against societal expectations, falling in love, and how the consequences of your decisions can shape the rest of your life. Following three young women from Dholka, India, the film shows how they are charting their own paths within their conservative community and the different ways someone can be brave.
A July 2019 opinion piece from Ms. magazine titled “What Happens When (Feminist) Women Win,” by Dr. Suzanna Danuta Walters, extolled the virtues of when women, at least the feminist ones, are in charge.
Epidemic. Crisis. Genocide. These are all words used to describe the sheer volume of violence Native and indigenous women face in North America. How can the Women, Peace and Security movement be leveraged for the benefit of indigenous women?
The past three presidents have made human trafficking a governance priority. But is human trafficking a threat against individuals or a national security threat? Can it be both?