“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.”
Now that world leaders have addressed the United Nations General Assembly, it's time to think about the role of globa
A former U.S. ambassador has announced a multimillion dollar pledge to support a landmark U.N.
Swanee Hunt, a lecturer at Harvard University's Kennedy School of Government, said the Institute for Inclusive Securi
The past 12 months have seen a series of notable successes for African women - with two Nobel Peace prizes, a second
It is an honor to take part in today's forum, and to be joined by so many distinguished Heads of State and Government
While the world has made significant strides in expanding opportunity for women and girls, continued inequalities rem
The Iranian government and police have begun positioning women as watch guards at female prisons across the country a
Today is International Peace Day.
“We have great expectations and hope that she will lead this path of reconciliation and greater participatory d
It may be International Peace day tomorrow but a study out today suggests women are being shut out of peace processes
On October 1st parliamentary elections will be held in Georgia.
African Development Solutions (ADESO) has launched a project for more than 300 women in the Puntland region of Somali
Hawa Aden Mohamed watched the young women in blue and red shawls as their hands fluttered busily over clacking sewing
The purpose of the project is to strengthen the capability and commitment of state and non-state actors in Somali Reg
This paper examines truth and reconciliation commissions that have made reference to a longer-term role for education
This research sought to understand the role of education in peacebuilding in postconflict states.
An analysis of gendered fighter constructions in the liberation movements in Eritrea and southern Sudan (EPLF and SPL
On September 5, The Nation's front-page headline read "Asian Peace Council is born".
A new group running for municipal elections in Hebron is offering residents an alternative to politics as usual in th
Melanne Verveer, Ambassador at Large for Global Women's Issues, will travel to Belgium on September 17 - 18, 2012, to
As the sun set over Jerusalem, about one hundred women milled around tables covered with hand-made crafts.
With the emergence of conflicts following the 2007 post election violence, it is unlikely that Kenya will attain the
Tahany Hassan, a 17-year-old high school female student was shot in the head and killed on 31 July by the Sudanese po
Last week, on Thursday, September 6, Sandra Ramírez filed into Havana‘s convention palace with five of h
Security forces in Iraq have arrested Eman ”Dakhiliya”, who run one of the worse trafficking chains in Ba
“A few years ago, our people, the people you can see around you, we began to realize what was happening,”
The Women Situation Room WSR, with the theme "Peace in our Hands" will be officially launched by President
Since 2009, when current President Andry Rajoelina ousted then-president Marc Ravalomanana with the army's support, M
This working paper is a contribution to understandings of peace-building among pastoralists.
Tahany Hassan, a 17 year old high school female student was shot in the head and killed on July 31st by the Sudanese
Two U.S. government agencies, the Department of State and the U.S.
As documented in a new report from the Enough Project, which ranks electronics firms on their progress in cleaning up
Somaliland women's narratives have largely been absent from accounts in state and nation building in Somaliland, yet
"This important report showcases the voices and work of a large but forgotten group of women - those working loc