Strategizing for Peace: The Critical Role of Women in Sudan

Posted by The Institute for Inclusive Security on November 1, 2006

In November 2006, The Institute for Inclusive Security convened a diverse group of 50 women leaders from the governments of National Unity and Southern Sudan as well as civil society for a consultation on increasing women’s participation in the implementation of the Comprehensive Peace Agreement. Together they identified these objectives as critical to achieving this […]

Sudanese Women’s Priorities and Recommendations to the Oslo Donors’ Conference on Sudan

Posted by Sudanese Women Delegates with the Government of Norway, NUPI, and UNIFEM on April 1, 2005

These recommendations are an outcome of a consultative process culminating in a Symposium on Women’s Rights and Leadership in Post-Conflict Sudan, held in Oslo April 10, 2005.

Implementing Peace in Sudan

Posted by Jolynn Shoemaker on January 1, 2005

With the signing of the Comprehensive Peace Agreement in January 2005, the international community began preparing for the next phase of the peace process between the North and the South—the implementation of the peace agreement and reconstruction of the country. This report offers recommendations on how to include women in institutionalizing the rule of law, […]

Addressing the Crisis in Darfur

Posted by Evelyn Thornton on January 1, 2005

A comprehensive, inclusive, and coordinated approach to the multiple conflicts in Sudan is essential. It is urgent that the relevant parties address the needs of women, support women’s peacebuilding efforts, and include women in decision-making regarding conflict resolution and reconstruction in Darfur. This publication gives specific recommendations for supporting inclusive peace negotiations in Darfur, involving […]

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