October marks the 15th anniversary of UN Security Council Resolution 1325, a milestone document which for the first time recognised the impact of war and conflict on women and children and highlighted the fact that historically those groups have been left out of peace processes and stabilisation efforts. However, it also highlights that women are not only victims, but also enablers in peace and security. In a key moment such as this two projects on implementing gender perspective within armed fo...


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