* Includes first-hand testimonies of women from many different parts of the world
* Looks at all aspects of women’s involvement in peace and conflict
Progress of the World’s Women 2002, Volume One describes the effects of conflict on women and of their achievements in working towards peace and reconciliation. Based on interviews with women’s organizations, the media, religious organizations, and those directly involved in armed conflict and peace processes, the book also recommends action to increase protection for women and support their inclusion in peace negotiations.
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-Includes first-hand testimonies of women from many different parts of the the world
-Looks at all aspects of women's involvement in peace and conflict
Ellen Johnson Sirleaf was elected to the presidency of Liberia in 2005, becoming the first elected female president of an African country. She is the founder of a community development NGO, Measuagoon, in Liberia.
Elisabeth Rehn is an Advisory Council Member of Intellibridge, an information management service in Washington DC, and a member of the UN Department of Peacekeeping Operations Review Board.
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Descrizione libro UNIFEM, 2003. Paperback. Condizione libro: New. Never used!. Codice libro della libreria P110912917660