Thematic Papers and Briefs

Bringing Peace to Yemen by Having Women at the Table

What the U.S. Must Do and Why It Matters A Policy Brief in the 2016-17 U.S. Civil Society Working Group on Women, Peace and Security Policy Brief Series by Sanam Naraghi Anderlini, Rasha Jarhum, Rana Allam, and Devin Cowick. As a critical member of the coalition...

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Education, Identity and Rising Extremism

From Preventing Violent Extremism to Promoting Peace, Resilience, Equal Rights and Pluralism (PREP). Members of the Women’s Alliance for Security Leadership (WASL) and other women-led organizations in over 30 countries analyzed the role of formal and informal education in contributing to enabling conditions and mitigating extremist violence.

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WASL Security Brief (2016) – Arabic Version

تقرير: حقائقُ مقلِـقة، حِكَمٌ اســـتثنائية في التقرير الأول من سلسلة التقارير المعنية بالسياسات، يعرض التحالف النسوي للقيادة الأمنية (وَصْل) وجهة نظر المرأة حول الأبعاد الأمنية لأجندة منع ومكافحة التطرف العنيف  بما في ذلك خبرات النساء الذاتية في إشراك الجهات العسكرية...

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Case Study: Recruitment of Girls into Militant Groups

Respect the Dignity and Autonomy of Girls:  Stop Recruitment of Girls into Militant Groups This case study is part of the Dignity Campaign, an initiative of the Working Group on Preventing & Addressing Structural Violence Against Women. Background and Context...

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