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The participation of women in peace processes: the other tables
Villellas Ariño, María
Institut Català Internacional per la Pau
This paper argues that women’s absence in peace processes cannot be explained by their alleged lack of experience in dialogue and negotiation, but by a serious lack of will to include them in such important initiatives of change. Women have wide ranging experience in dialogue processes including many war and post-war contexts, but there has been a deliberate lack of effort to integrate them in formal peace processes. After introducing the research framework, the paper addresses women’s involvement in peace, and analyzes the role played by women in peace processes, through the cases of Sri Lanka and Northern Ireland. The paper concludes that peace processes are as gendered as wars, and for that reason gender has to be a guiding line for including women in peace processes.
2010-11-25
35 - Administració pública. Govern. Assumptes militars
Conflict management
Gestió de conflictes
Conflictos, Gestión de
Processos de pau
Procesos de paz
Peace processes
Estudis feministes
Estudios feministas
Feminist studies
Dones i guerra
Mujeres i guerra
Women and war
59 p.
Working Paper
2013.5793 (en línia);
2013.5785 (paper)
ICIP working papers;2010/05
         

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