Whose agenda, whose agency? Women's participation in peace and security

The conference “Celebrating 20 years of UNSCR 1325: Past, present and future of the WPS Agenda”, analysed the often-steep path of the implementation of UNSCR 1325, trying to chart the future of the WPS Agenda. Security Praxis reports here the highlights of the second panel. (Read more about panel I). Practices of exclusion: “We need more women at the peace tables” “That women are needed at the peace tables – were it only because we make up more than half the world population – seems to be a quite stable notion, at least in those countries ⋙

UNSCR 1325, women's rights, peace-building

Research Highlights

Conference on Turkey’s Foreign Policy: Continuity and Change

9 December 2020 – 9.00-11.15 (CET) – Sant'Anna School of Advanced Studies – Scuola Superiore Sant'Anna, Pisa (online on ⋙

Governance, Fragility and Insurgency in the Sahel: A Hybrid Political Order in the Making

Launch of International Spectator Special Issue guest edited by Morten Bøås and Francesco Strazzari. 03/12/2020 – 14: ⋙

Celebrating 20 years of UNSCR 1325: Past, present and future of the Women, Peace and Security Agenda

4 November 2020 – 11.00 (CET) – Sant'Anna School of Advanced Studies – Scuola Superiore Sant'Anna, Pisa (online on Webex) ⋙

ERIS Emerging Research in International Security

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