Political Participation, Decentralization and Gender Mainstreaming: the PARFAIT Project in Tunisia

Political Participation, Decentralization and Gender Mainstreaming: the PARFAIT Project in Tunisia
Introduction: The PARFAIT project There are still fewer than a hundred National Action Plans (NAPs) on Women, Peace and Security while we witness the 20th anniversary of the adoption of UN Security Council Resolution (UNSCR) 1325 (2000). In Tunisia, the default principle for the implementation of the Women, Peace and Security agenda has been  “No...

Women Mediator Networks: A strategic investment for sustainable peace

Women Mediator Networks: A strategic investment for sustainable peace
Women Mediator Networks: A strategic investment for sustainable peace. Le reti di mediatrici: un investimento strategico per una pace sostenibile

A Case Study of North Macedonia’s National Action Plan on Women, Peace and Security

A Case Study of North Macedonia’s National Action Plan on Women, Peace and Security
A Case Study of North Macedonia’s National Action Plan on Women, Peace and Security. Un caso studio sul Piano d'Azione Nazionale su Donne Pace e Sicurezza della Macedonia.

Women, Peace and Security in Kosovo: Empowerment through the tangles of tradition

Women, Peace and Security in Kosovo: Empowerment through the tangles of tradition
Women, Peace and Security in Kosovo: Empowerment through the tangles of tradition. Donne, Pace e Sicurezza in Kosovo: l’emancipazione attraverso le trame della tradizione.

Gender Activism: A vibrant narrative for post-war Bosnia and Herzegovina

Gender Activism: A vibrant narrative for post-war Bosnia and Herzegovina
Gender Activism: A vibrant narrative for post-war Bosnia and Herzegovina. Attivismo di genere: una forza narrativa nella Bosnia ed Erzegovina del dopoguerra.

The Military Intervention in response to the use of Chemical Weapons in Syria: Further Reflections on the International Prohibition of the Use of Force

The Military Intervention in response to the use of Chemical Weapons in Syria: Further Reflections on the International Prohibition of the Use of Force
The US attack in April 2017, in response to the alleged use of chemical weapons by Syrian forces in Khan Shaykhun, was widely considered a violation of the prohibition to use force. However, a significant part of the international community supported, or tacitly tolerated, the illegal intervention. This begged the question of whether this action...