Sudan | May 2, 2017

Gender Mainstreaming in Local Strategies for Conflict Transformation

Conflict transformation implies multiple changes at different levels of society in order to deepen and sustain peace, and can be the result of individual or collective efforts. Since all conflicts reflect highly contextual dynamics, they require a thorough analysis of local conditions. Such an understanding increases the possibility of producing strategies that make the most […]

UNAMID Launches Campaign on Ending Child Soldiering, West Darfur
Research and Practice | June 17, 2015

Engaging Gender, Peace, and Security through the Lens of Terrorism: The Case of Boko Haram

“Evolving security concerns have globally and continentally provided an entry point to discussing gender, peace, and security, mainly by focusing on SGBV in conflict situations. If we look at these issues through the lens of terrorism, what new insights emerge?”

Photo credit to EC/ECHO/Anouk Delafortrie via Flickr user European Commission DG ECHO. Taken on December 8, 2014. CC BY-ND 4.0. Image cropped to fit frame. Original photo: https://www.flickr.com/photos/69583224@N05/15405921684/
A Nigerian refugee from Damassak.