Pushed to the Periphery: The Necessity of Women's Innovation in Activating Post-Conflict Reconstruction
This report provides an analysis of the extent to which post conflict reconstruction efforts have implemented national commitments for women's participation in conflict management, post-conflict reconstruction, and rehabilitation processes, as provided for in United Nations Resolution 1325. The study focused on three countries - Burundi, Liberia and Sierra Leone. Each country has experienced decades of armed conflict with severe consequences including mass displacement, extreme forms of violence such as rape of women, forced conscription of children into militia groups, and the maiming of civilian populations.
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