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03 Apr 2015 description

This guide is a resource for policymakers and civil society leaders as they seek to develop, implement, and track progress of national strategies aimed at advancing women’s inclusion.

10 Oct 2007 description

Members of The Initiative for Inclusive Security returned from Khartoum, Sudan where they held a consultation with Darfurian women leaders in preparation for upcoming peace negotiations in Libya.

Inclusive Security's Darfur consultation was part of a broader effort to strengthen Sudanese women's leadership in peace building. While in Sudan, Inclusive Security staff convened more than 60 women to discuss concrete ways to consolidate the Comprehensive Peace Agreement and facilitated strategic planning sessions with the women's cross-party parliamentary caucus.

13 Dec 2006 description

Will share strategies to promote security and more inclusive government and political systems

WASHINGTON, DC - Despite making profound contributions to stability, prosperity, and peace throughout the world, women remain severely underrepresented in governments worldwide. The Initiative for Inclusive Security, including the global Women Waging Peace Network is committed to increasing women's political participation in conflict and post-conflict societies.

05 Dec 2006 description

Invited by President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf to Help Empower Women in New Democracy

MONROVIA, LIBERIA - Rebuilding Liberia after the country was torn apart by 14 years of civil war will be impossible if women are not included in the process.

08 Nov 2006 description

Uniting of Sudanese Women in Advance of Peace Agreement Anniversary

KHARTOUM, SUDAN - Women throughout Sudan are crossing party and regional lines to raise their collective voice for a more peaceful and secure Sudan.

As the second anniversary of the Comprehensive Peace Agreement (CPA) approaches, Sudan and its international partners are evaluating progress toward implementing that landmark accord.

11 Dec 2005 description

Invited by President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf to Help Empower Women in New Democracy

MONROVIA, LIBERIA - Rebuilding Liberia after the country was torn apart by 14 years of civil war will be impossible if women are not included in the process.