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UN SCR 1325: the 50.50 debate

In 2000 UN Security Council Resolution 1325 gave women decision-making power in preventing conflict and building peace. As the 10th anniversary of 1325 approaches read recent openDemocracy articles examining the role of women in working for peace.
Jane Gabriel
28 September 2010

Lyric Thompson is writing a series of articles covering the tenth anniversary of SCR 1325. Read her first report The politics of peace

Recent articles in the 5050 debate:

In 2005, five years after UN Resolution 1325 gave women decision-making power to resolve conflict and build peace, openDemocracy asked what it had achieved. Read articles by women around the world here. Read the multi authored blog here.

 

 

                                                                                                                                                        

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