Creating Women’s Leadership for Peace and Security in the Greater Horn of Africa: The Limitations of Capacity Building as Remedy for Gender Inequality
Contextualising Gender, Peace and Security Post-Cold war global security shifts in the early 1990s created the space for a rethink of the dominant conceptualisations of security. Key questions could be raised in the search for a new security paradigm, namely, what is security, security for whom, who are the security actors, and how should security be provided? A growing consensus emerged on the skewed and limited focus of traditional security and the need for thinking beyond the state to address the security of peoples.
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