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  1. Engendering (In)security in Peace Support Operations

    This article contributes towards ongoing debates on gender, security and post-conflict studies.

    Wednesday, December 1, 2004
    Reports/Policy Briefs89 907
  2. Liberian Women Crucial in Reconstruction of Liberia

    UNDP Liberia and the United Nations Development Fund for Women (UNIFEM) signed a letter of understanding to collabora

    Friday, November 26, 2004
    Reports/Policy Briefs89 729
  3. FACES: Women as Partners in Peace and Security, AIDS Fighter

    Her name is Joyce Puta, a 48-year-old Zambian army colonel on secondment to the United Nations.

    Friday, October 1, 2004
    Reports/Policy Briefs89 450
  4. FACES: Women as Partners in Peace and Security; Policing with Compassion

    She is a beacon of hope for the aspiring women of Sierra Leone. Senior Assistant Commissioner Kadi K.

    Friday, October 1, 2004
    Reports/Policy Briefs89 454
  5. Rebuilding of Liberia Must Involve Full Participation of Women-Press Release

    Rebuilding of Liberia Must Involve Full Participation of Women

    Monday, May 10, 2004
    Reports/Policy Briefs89 732
  6. Proposed Terms of Reference for the Gender Theme Group for the UN System in Sierra Leone

    The United Nations commitment to gender equality can be traced to its Charter, and numerous subsequent resolutions of

    Monday, March 15, 2004
    Reports/Policy Briefs90 341
  7. Where Are the Girls?: Girls in Fighting Forces in Northern Uganda, Sierra Leone and Mozambique: Their Lives During and After War

    By contributing to what is currently known about girls' distinct experience in fighting forces, the presentation of f

    Sunday, March 14, 2004
    Reports/Policy Briefs90 334
  8. From Combat to Community: Women and Girls of Sierra Leone

    Sierra Leone ended its national disarmament, demobilization, and reintegration (DDR) program in December 2003.

    Thursday, January 1, 2004
    Reports/Policy Briefs89 181