“It’s important to be aware of what’s going on in the world and to think about how you can start to make a difference, even when you’re a kid.”
UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon has urged Nepal to appoint more female peacekeepers so as to make UN peacekeeping mi
A searching independent review finds that NATO and its operational partners have made ‘significant progress' in
Civil society activists in India are hopeful the government led by Nawaz Sharif will work towards improving ties with
The first Didi Nirmala Deshpande South Asian Peace and Justice Award for 2013 has been conferred on Sunila Abeysekera
Former Special Representative of UN Secretary General and Head of Mission in Liberia Ellen Margrethe Loej has urged P
The decade-long war in Afghanistan has been the focus of countless books and exhibitions, but there is one view of th
Peace building efforts between India and Pakistan are not for bilateral talks at the diplomatic level alone.
GNWP is back in Nepal for part two of its Localization and United Nations Security Council Resolutions 1325 and 1820
LSE's Dr Marsha Henry questions whether the deployment of female Indian peacekeepers is evidence of gendered succ
Inspired by real life events, Saferworld has produced a short film showing the important role women in Nepal can play
MYANMAR'S Election Commission announced last week the landslide victory of the opposition National League of Democrac
To many outsiders, Bangladesh is best known for its poverty and the natural disasters that hit it with depressing reg
For Afghan women, the act of fleeing domestic abuse, forced prostitution or even being stabbed repeatedly with a scre
Three Pakistani policemen serving with the UN in Haiti will be sentenced to prison for sexual exploitation and abuse,
The women's international day on March 8 is generally celebrated throughout the country with enthusiasm and jubilatio
At Kahawatte, representatives from several religions met and addressed a press conference on the issue of insecurity
KATHMANDU, NEPAL (Catholic Online) - Attracted to the Army by promises of equality and justice during the decade of c
Coverage on Afghan women who have traveled the distance to be part of the Bonn Conference in Germany this week did sh
On December 5, the international community will gather with Afghan leaders in Bonn, Germany's picturesque Cold War-er
IMPORTANT talks are coming up where discussions about the peace of Afghanistan will take place.
Peace is not made with friends, it is made with enemies.
Human rights has been a hot topic in Afghanistan since the Taliban's near-medieval treatment of Afghan girls and wome
Advocating greater participation of women in the areas of conflict prevention, peace negotiations, peace keeping and
Canada should threaten to withhold aid to Afghanistan unless women are fully included in the peace process and push f
The adoption of the Security Council Resolution 1325 (2000), ten years ago, was a landmark in our efforts to recogniz
Following a tumultuous three decades of violence which has included three periods of conflict (the Soviet War between
United Nations India and Bangladesh have taken a lead in sending female police officers to serve in United Nations pe
Bangladesh's first female contingent to be deployed to an UN peacekeeping mission arrived today (1 June) in quake-rav
For the first time, Bangladesh is going to send female police officers to a foreign UN peacekeeping mission.
A women contingent of the CRPF will leave for civil war stricken Liberia tonight as part of the United Nations Peace
PDI-SL Professional Training Programmes; October – December 2010