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70 countries and regions

2,000 women

Around the world, Inclusive Security increases the participation of all stakeholders—particularly women—in preventing, resolving, and rebuilding after deadly conflicts.

Our work takes us to:

  • Conflict areas, such as Afghanistan, where we work alongside women leaders to promote their inclusion in decisions about peace and security as well as document their contributions to building stability
  • Dozens of countries where governments and activists are crafting national action plans to ensure women are part of inclusive peace and security processes
  • Training sites in the US and abroad, such as in Bangkok, where we share advanced techniques for building coalitions and strengthening advocacy with women from neighboring countries
  • Government capitals, such as Oslo, where we strategize with officials to ensure coordinated programs, policies, and funds