“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.”
An open discussion and workshop titled ‘Women for Peace: the way forward' took place at Home for Cooperation ye
Twenty years ago this month, war broke out in Bosnia and Herzegovina, the main act in the dissolution of Yugoslavia.
They have been beaten, spat at and cursed. Jeered, mocked and ignored.
EU support in peace processes should be made conditional on women participating in negotiations.
Women are critical to peace building and conflict resolution.
A Northern Ireland politician is travelling to Iraq to pass on lessons learned in the peace process.
On 20 January, the Government is launching a new plan for efforts in the area of women, peace and security.
Switzerland is taking further steps to implement an international resolution that aims to increase the participation
WOMEN in the Cypriot media are “severely underrepresented” and “nearly invisible”, according
Peace Mothers came together in İstanbul Galatasaray Square before sending the postcards to President Abdullah G&
Israel's outgoing U.N.
A wave of nationalism and Islamaphobia has hit Bosnia and Herzegovina as ethnic leaders bicker ahead of a general ele
The headquarters building here is undergoing renovations.
Afghan women walk past a guesthouse damaged a day after the suicide attacks in Kabul, 27 Feb. 2010
On this International Women's Day, it is fitting that we reflect upon United Nations Security Council Resolution 1325
Speech by Inés Alberdi, UNIFEM Executive Director
Date: 4 March 2010
Two women peace campaigners have expressed their shock at being refused a stand at a flagship Wiltshire British Armed