Listen to Women for a Change: 15 Years after the Beijing Conference on Women – 15 Years after the Peacetrain: Balances and Outlooks

Friday, October 1, 2010
Irmgard Heilberger (WILPF) and Barbara Lochbihler (Editors)
Central Africa
Congo (Kinshasa)
Bosnia and Herzegovina

Barbara Lochbihler
A Forward-Looking Retrospective
Fifteen years after the World Conference on Women in Beijing

Sam Cook
Women, Peace, Security
UN Security Council Resolution 1325

Felicity Hill
Reaching Critical Will
Nuclear Disarmament on the Political Agenda

Rebecca Harms
The Ongoing Disaster
The Ukrainian Energy Policy

Irmgard Heilberger
From Helsinki to Beijing
Fifteen Years after the Women's Peace Train

Eva-Britt Svensson
Needed: Female Leadership on Security Issues
Armament and Gender Equality

Pinar Selek
Against the Wall of Masculinity
The Feminist Movement in Turkey

Sevdije Ahmeti
Beyond Nationalism
Ten years after the Balkan Wars

Cornelia Suhan
Rape as a Weapon of War
Photos from the Democratic Republic of Congo

Svetlana Gannushkina
Questionable Traditions
National Minorities and Human Rights

Lívia Járóka
Hereditary deprivation and the ghettoisation of poverty
Situation of Roma in Eastern Europe

Krishna Ahoojapatel
Glass Barriers
The Fight for Gender Equality

Barbara Unmüßig
Poverty Remains Feminine
Gender (In)justice and Poverty

Jean Lambert
Care Assistant, Not Nurse
Women Migrants in the European Union

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