Nine Things You Need to Know About the Women, Peace, and Security Act

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How to Include Women in the Peace and Security Agenda

How to Include Women in the Peace and Security Agenda

This Veteran’s Day, Celebrate the Women Who’ve Served

This Veteran’s Day, Celebrate the Women Who’ve Served

QUIZ: How Much Do You Know About Women’s Representation in the US?

QUIZ: How Much Do You Know About Women’s Representation in the US?

Why Women Are More Likely Than Men to Die in Natural Disasters

Why Women Are More Likely Than Men to Die in Natural Disasters

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Why Women?

Women Laughing Women are crucial to preventing violence, stopping war, and rebuilding after deadly conflict.

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Rwandan Women Rising

Faces of several network members When Rwandan women helped save their country after genocide, they created a model for lasting security in countries worldwide.

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About Our Founder

Swanee Hunt For nearly two decades, Ambassador Swanee Hunt has been a pioneer in defining and advocating inclusive security

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Women Making an Impact

Alaa

The Power of Libya’s Female Arms Dealers

Mossarat

Peace Activist Mossarat Qadeem Enlists Mothers to Fight Terrorism in Pakistan

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How Liberian Women Organized a Sex Strike and Helped End a War

Wazhma

“Imagine If the Minister Had Listened to Us.”

Ruth

“We Went to War Because of Peace”

South Sudan

A More Inclusive Future for South Sudan

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Female Journalist Risks Prison—Or Worse—to Report on Syria’s Civil War

Peshawar

Fear and Hope in Peshawar

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