Building inclusive peace: Gender at the heart of conflict analysis


This policy brief shows how the "Gender Analysis of Conflict" toolkit can be used in different ways by integrating gender into participatory conflict analysis and research. It shares analysis and findings resulting from combining the expertise of community-based organisations, women’s rights groups, and international and peacebuilding organisations on gender norms and conflict. The conclusions include gender-sensitive conflict analyses of Yemen and Libya, based on literature reviews, experience and knowledge of the contexts, and workshops conducted in partnership with the Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom (WILPF) and women’s organisations in the two countries, and with funding from WILPF and Oxfam. It also shares findings from similar literature reviews and collaborative research on land confiscations in Myanmar and how they affected gender dynamics, conducted with support and funding from Oxfam.