ICAN’s fifth thematic animation from its Better Peace Initiative series explores why gender responsiveness and inclusivity matter in ceasefire agreements and processes, and how to go about ensuring this in practice.
This animation explores why gender responsiveness and inclusivity matter in ceasefire agreements and processes, and how to ensure this in practice.
Policía Comunitaria con Enfoque de Género
Explora la importancia de la sensibilidad de género y cómo prestar atención a este aspecto en iniciativas de policía comunitaria.
“At ICAN and through the Better Peace Initiative, we’ve looked at gender responsiveness in peace treaties. There is already a lot of information on the why, so we are focusing on the how,” ICAN’s Better Peace Initiative’s Program Director, Helena Gronberg said.
A 2-day expert level group meeting was held in New York, and discussed issues ranging from protecting and recognizing women peacebuilders as a sector, to funding and strategy for inclusive implementation of peace agreements.
ICAN and the Permanent Missions of Canada, the UK, Norway and South Africa to the UN at the Better Peace Symposium
ICAN in partnership with the Missions of Canada, the United Kingdom, Norway and South Africa to the United Nations will host a 2-day expert-level working group meeting (EGM) in New York, featuring several WASL partners.