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14 October 2005

How to make sure a country's security sector does not turn into an oppressive force at the end of a conflict? Increase the role of women in the community, proposes the 10th part of the Toolkit (by IA and WWP).
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Would the election of Hillary Clinton as US president change gender inequities? (feministing.com, 14/10/05)

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"Was Women's Vote a Roar, or a Whisper?"  (Rousbeh Legatis, ipsnews.net, 27/09/05)
Rousbeh Legatis gathers different reactions on women’s participation in the Afghan elections.
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From the archive:
“Kabul spring: the poor place their bets” (Wendell Steavenson, openDemocracy.net 30/ 10/02)
Wendell Steavenson's journey through Afghanistan sheds light on everyday life in Kabul through 5 stories.

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