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Weekly Summary: Women and peace, plus African ex-Presidents facing justice
Saturday October 31 marked fifteen years since the UN adopted Resolution 1325 calling for women’s participation at all stages of peace processes. The aim was to ensure that the voice of women, who pay a heavy price in conflicts around the world, is better heard. Fifteen years later, the results are meagre. According to a report by UN Women looking at 31 major peace processes between 1992 and 2001, only 9 % of the negotiators…
by Ephrem Rugiririza, JusticeInfo.Net, JusticeInfo.Net
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