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Title: Women's World: Tracing 'Feminist Peace' from Beijing to MDGs and Beyond
Authors: Isis-WICCE
Keywords: Feminist
Peace
Security
Women's Rights
Issue Date: 2014
Abstract: "Since 1996, Isis WICCE has demonstrated an impressive alternative to the world's limited responses to situations of armed conflict particularly in addressing women's dire needs. The organization has extensive experience and expertise working with women organisations, strategic partners and survivors of conflict globally. Therefore, twenty years of Beijing is significant to Isis-WICCE's trans-formative journey of tracing feminist peace, which has been a solution in itself because it emerges out of the necessity to respond to challenges and barriers women in conflict communities face and enable them become change agents. Isis-WICCE has challenged the mainstream model of peace building and post conflict reconstruction as a result moved women from victim hood to resilience."
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/123456789/199
ISSN: 16814193
Appears in Collections:Feminist Studies

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