Building inclusive peace: gender at the heart of conflict analysis
Saferworld’s Gender analysis of conflict toolkit helps peacebuilders understand how gender influences conflict dynamics. This policy briefing, Building inclusive peace: gender at the heart of conflict analysis, explores the toolkit's principles in action and shares findings of participatory conflict analysis and research in Myanmar, Libya and Yemen.
Saferworld's 2016 Gender analysis of conflict toolkit is designed to help peacebuilders integrate gender into conflict analysis, understand how gender influences conflict dynamics, and provide a foundation for designing gender-sensitive peacebuilding programmes.
This policy brief shows how the toolkit can be used in different ways by integrating gender into participatory conflict analysis and research. It shares analysis and findings, combining the expertise of community-based organisations, women’s rights groups, and international and peacebuilding organisations on gender norms and conflict.
Conclusions and recommendations draw from Myanmar, Yemen and Libya, based on findings and funding from country-based women's organisations, Saferworld, the Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom (WILPF), and Oxfam.
For more information, please contact Diana Trimiño Mora, Saferworld's senior gender adviser firstname.lastname@example.org.