Women in Peace and Transition Processes
IPTI - 2016-ongoing
The Case Study Series “Women in Peace and Transition Processes” examine the inclusion of women—defined as relatively organized groups, including delegations, civil society organizations, coalitions or networks—in different processes worldwide
Making Women Count - Not Just Counting Women: Assessing Women's Inclusion and Influence on Peace Negotiations
IPTI and UN WOMEN - April 2016
Based on comparative evidence from 40 in-depth cases since 1989, this report represents the largest qualitative comparative study of women’s participation in peace and transition processes to date.
Making Women Count in Peace Processes
IPTI - February 2016
This Briefing Note analyses how inclusion works in practice for all participating actors alongside main conflict parties, by comparing 40 in-depth case studies of peace and constitution-making negotiations and their implementation from the period 1990-2013.
Reimagining Peacemaking: Women’s Roles in Peace Processes
IPI - June 2015
This report examines the challenges and opportunities presented by women’s participation in peace and transition processes, and offer recommendations for reimagining the traditional approach to peacemaking with a view to building a more durable peace.
Fresh Insights on the Quantity and Quality of Women’s Inclusion in Peace Processes
CMI and CCDP - May 2015
This Policy Brief presents the results of an experts’ discussion convened in January 2015 by the CMI and the Graduate Institute Geneva with support from the Finnish Ministry for Foreign Affairs.