Daily Links - 2 November

2 November 2005
'Securing a Just and Sustainable Peace' (Noeleen Heyzer, unifem.org, 27/10/05)

"Women know the costs of war — what it means to be displaced, to be excluded from public life, and to be regarded as less than full citizens. They know the realities on the ground, and what needs to be done to address the injustices of war and to prevent relapse into conflict. They can be, and must be, part of the solution for lasting peace." UNIFEM's Noeleen Heyzer outlines challenges for the UN on women, peace and security.

Women, Ink.

Women, Ink is the website to visit for books about women and development from around the world.

The conference on Islamic feminism noted in Friday's daily links has been capturing media attention.

Yale Manifesta: women and war

The inaugural edition of this US student publication on feminism is about women and war. (Full disclosure: one of its associate editors interned for openDemocracy over the summer.) Read their opening letter here. You can download a copy of the journal from the site.

Is COP26 humanity’s make-or-break moment on climate breakdown?

This year’s COP26 meeting in Glasgow has been hailed as the most significant climate event since the 2015 Paris Agreement. But what action must world leaders take to put the planet on a sustainable path? And what does this mean for the future of global capitalism?

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