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Gender and community security
Reports & briefings

Gender and community security

The gendered nature of insecurity, and therefore of efforts to promote security and build peace, is now widely recognised.

20 June 2016
1325: a useful tool for activists?
Blog

1325: a useful tool for activists?

In an article originally published by the International Catalan Institute for Peace (ICIP) in Peace in Progress magazine, Hannah Wright assesses the efficacy of UN Security Council Resolution 1325 as a tool for women activists working for peace.

25 November 2015
Addressing notions of masculinity that drive conflict
Comment & analysis

Addressing notions of masculinity that drive conflict

Gender norms often promote notions of masculinity centred around power, violence and control. If we are serious about peacebuilding and conflict prevention we need to address them, says Hannah Wright.

4 December 2014
Gender and conflict early warning
Reports & briefings

Gender and conflict early warning

The UN has identified an ambition to “develop effective gender-sensitive early warning mechanisms and institutions” as part of the women, peace and security agenda, and in recent years a range of research and guidance has been produced by INGOs, UN agencies and academics on gender-sensitising conflict early warning systems.

28 May 2014