The European Union mediation and the Women, Peace and Security agenda in the Libyan peace process. La mediazione dell’Unione Europea e l’Agenda Donne, Pace e Sicurezza nel processo di pace in Libia.
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. 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. 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. Donne, Pace e Sicurezza in Kosovo: l’emancipazione attraverso le trame della tradizione.
Gender Activism: A vibrant narrative for post-war Bosnia and Herzegovina. Attivismo di genere: una forza narrativa nella Bosnia ed Erzegovina del dopoguerra.
Women’s participation in peace processes: The case of the "Women for Peace Initiative" in Turkey. - La partecipazione delle donne nei processi di pace: la "Women for Peace Initiative" in Turchia
Implementing UNSCR 1325 in Serbia: State-building, instrumental equality and international image L'attuazione della Risoluzione 1325 del Consiglio di Sicurezza ONU in Serbia: State-building, uguaglianza strumentale e immagine internazionale.
When people speak of stability and growth in Africa what they normally think about nowadays is the role played by the state and the private for-profit sector. The focus on the state is nothing new, even if it has taken on a new meaning recently. According to the neo-liberal model for development, the nexus between...
The news coming out of Libya today is of worsening socio-economic conditions and escalating conflict. The signing of the Skhirat agreement, in December 2015, and the creation of the Government of National Accord (GNA) raised hopes that a political compromise could be reached that would bring the different Libyan factions together and shepherd a transition...