To ensure that women’s work at the frontlines is valued and understood, it is essential for their experiences to be amplified
By Eric Rosand and Sanam Naraghi Anderlini
Yet again the UN failed to reach out and listen to the solutions and recommendations that civil society had to offer.
By Sanam Naraghi Anderlini
Does a 21,600 pound bomb solve the Daesh problem?
By Sussan Tahmasebi
Five lessons I have learned from advocating women’s rights in Muslim contexts at the intersection of East and West
By Sussan Tahmasebi
Discussing the debate around the Swedish delegation’s women donning headscarves during their visit to Iran where compulsory veiling is a politically charged issue
On a daily basis, women come face to face with violence and extremism, and bear the efforts to change an ever-conflicted world. Who are these women, and what do they do?read more
Robinah Rubimbwa, long-time peace activist, poet and feminist, recounts her story and discusses how women continue to shape Uganda.read more
On New Year’s Eve, a suicide bombing in Istanbul left 40 dead. Among those who lost their loved ones is longtime Tunisian peace activist and academic Khedija Arfaoui. Although Arfaoui is still in disbelief that she will no longer see her son and daughter-in-law, she...read more
Interview with Fatima al-Bahadly, director of Al Firdaws Society, an NGO founded in 2003 in Basra, Iraq, who works actively to demobilise and reintegrate young people and children who have been used by militias.read more
ICAN in the News
Six experts in different areas share their defining moments of 2016.read more
The Norwegian MFA features ICAN’s Better Peace Toolread more
ICAN’s Sanam Naraghi-Anderlini speaks about the intersection of feminism, human rights, and global activismread more
Cette déclaration a été publiée le 11 Novembre 2014, au «Challenging extremism and militarism», 3e édition MENA / Asie Forum sur les droits, la paix et la sécurité des femmes de ICAN lieu dans Şile, Turquie. Nous, soixante femmes représentant treize pays dans le...read more
Providing grants to partners to support their innovative local solutions. Watch the video.
The Better Peace Tool presents a practical four-part framework for the inclusion of women peacebuilders, offering proactive steps to broaden participation.
Women’s Alliance for Security Leadership partners will meet with Heads of State and Government to launch the Global Solutions Exchange.