Submissions are invited for the Naval War College Award for Research on a topic related to women and conflict outcomes. The Naval War College is a professional military education institution that offers an M.A. degree in national security and strategic studies to military officers and civilians from national security agencies. The $10,000 award, sponsored by the Naval War College Foundation, is designed to encourage outstanding new research that advances understanding of the…Continue
According to the Aspen Network of Development Entrepreneurs, a third of all small and medium enterprises in the developing world are led by women, so there’s a huge opportunity that’s being missed out on by the lack of investment in women-led enterprises. Investing in women entrepreneurs makes good business sense: they represent an opportunity for investors to diversify into new sectors, and for banks they might represent a different kind of value.
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The women of Afghanistan today aren’t the same women of 2001. They’ve expanded their access to health care, education, justice, and political power. As Inclusive Security Action’s Michelle Barsa noted Tuesday in a congressional hearing, “Afghan women weren’t handed progress; they fought for it.”
As we approach the 2014 deadline for the security transition, organizations like ours that have worked in Afghanistan over the past decade share concerns about the erosion of gains that Afghan…Continue
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On Tuesdays May 21, 2013, I read about Joyce Fernando who was ruthlessly slayed by her husband Amos Cleto in the town of Wau, in Bahr el Ghazal state. According to Sudan tribune, she was raped, her arms seriously brokenbyAmos before he murdered her and then thrown her body away only to be later recovered.
Making this particular case worse is the fact Mr. Amos was not a typical villager. Mr. Cleto is a doctor—although,…Continue
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Peace X Peace Connection Point Dialogues
Participating in the Connection Point Dialogues program will give you the unique opportunity to engage in facilitated discussions via videoconferencing technology with a diverse group of Western, Arab and Muslim women from around the world. The program structure and contents will be based on a curriculum developed by Peace X Peace, to include activities and discussion on a variety of issues concerning both regions, including…Continue
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As a peacebuilding organisation, Pax Populi’s working objective is to help the people of Afghanistan bring peace to their country. As part of this objective, we…Continue
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On Friday 8th March 2013, International Women's Day
Pax Populi pay's tribute to Afghan Women …Continue
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Despite international laws and policies mandating women’s participation in security sector reform (SSR), women’s perspectives are often discounted or overlooked. Women in civil society can also find themselves outside of discussions about security and unsure how to engage in them.
To address this gap, The Institute for Inclusive Security and The Geneva Centre for the Democratic Control of the Armed Forces (DCAF) are launching an…Continue
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Interested in Facilitating for Connection Point Dialogues? Read more here!
Facilitators are crucial components of a dialogue, and vital to the success of such a process. Dialogues that utilize web-based platforms cut across physical boundaries and can bring people together who may not otherwise have the opportunity to meet in person. Facilitating dialogues…
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THIS IS WHAT SOCIAL CHANGE LOOKS LIKE! JOIN THE DIALOGUES!
Participating in the Connection Point Dialogues program will give you the unique opportunity to engage in facilitated discussions via videoconferencing technology with a diverse group of…Continue
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For those in the Washington, DC area - Dr. Samia Al-Amoudi will be speaking this Saturday, Feb. 2nd on Women's Health Rights in Saudi Arabia. If you are interested in attending, and for further information, please contact Peace X Peace by email immediately at firstname.lastname@example.org, as space is limited.
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Added by Yasmina Mrabet on January 29, 2013 at 5:32pm — No Comments
In October Kosovo held the International Women’s Summit – Partnership for Change: Empowering Women. It was a great event for Kosovo, pulling together local political figures and NGOs and drawing attention to a very important issue. One of the key outcomes of the summit was the agreement of participants to the Pristina Principles, a set of affirmations and goals…Continue
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Are you a woman interested in being a part of a cross-cultural dialogue? We have room for just a few more participants in our Connection Point Dialogues, which will give you the unique opportunity to engage in facilitated discussions via videoconferencing technology with a diverse group of Western, Arab and Muslim women from around…
Interested in being a part of a cross-cultural dialogue? We have room for more participants in our Connection Point Dialogues. Participating will give you the unique opportunity to engage in facilitated discussions via videoconferencing technology with a diverse group of Western, Arab and Muslim women from around the world. The program structure and contents will be based on a curriculum developed by Peace X Peace, to include activities and discussion on a variety of issues concerning both…Continue
Added by Yasmina Mrabet on October 4, 2012 at 7:00pm — No Comments
Here's a link to a post I recently wrote about women's leadership in the field of Peace through Health. Feel free to check out my post, as well as the others on the En(Gender)ing Peace Blog that explore the greater efforts women are making the area of peace and security.
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Three people I know and admire are getting the recognition they deserve this week and I want to take a moment to celebrate their achievements on how-matters.org.
1) Mulugeta Gebru, founder of Jerusalem Children and Community Development…Continue
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We'll announce the winners of 10th Anniversary Women, Power, Peace awards on September 21st. This year we're asking our readers to nominate peacebuilders in all categories. Find out more and get nominating - our submission deadline has been extended to September 1st!…Continue
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Peace X Peace, an international organization that promotes women's voices for peace, is seeking mentor and mentee applications for its Fall-Winter 2012 Peace Through Mentorship program!
This mentorship program is designed to foster a network of professional relationships between young women seeking to build peace and advance through their chosen professions and older women who seek to share their wisdom and experience. Mentors will be asked…Continue
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“Today’s young girls will teach the next generation about puberty, sexuality, and reproductive health. The conspiracy of silence will have been…Continue
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