“It’s important to be aware of what’s going on in the world and to think about how you can start to make a difference, even when you’re a kid.”
This article contributes towards ongoing debates on gender, security and post-conflict studies.
UNDP Liberia and the United Nations Development Fund for Women (UNIFEM) signed a letter of understanding to collabora
October 8-15, 2004, Women Waging Peace hosted 16 Sudanese women peace builders for meetings, presentations, and event
Her name is Joyce Puta, a 48-year-old Zambian army colonel on secondment to the United Nations.
She is a beacon of hope for the aspiring women of Sierra Leone. Senior Assistant Commissioner Kadi K.
This 58-page report investigates the persistent weaknesses in the Rwandan legal system that hamper the investigation
Resolution 1556 (2004) adopted by the Security Council at its 5015th meeting, on July 30, 2004
Press Release on Secretary-General Kofi Annan's message to the African Union session on gender in Addis Ababa, 6 July
The present report is the first time that the Angolan government is submitting a combined report, together with docum
Rebuilding of Liberia Must Involve Full Participation of Women
The United Nations commitment to gender equality can be traced to its Charter, and numerous subsequent resolutions of
By contributing to what is currently known about girls' distinct experience in fighting forces, the presentation of f
During the process of formulating the Kenya National HIV/AIDS Strategic Plan (KNASP) of 2000 -2005, some of the gende
The 30 or so Somali women and girls gathered near the Holl-Holl camp community garden, where visitors routinely leave
Somali author Nuruddin Farah reminds us that the lives of many Africans is highly precarious.
Sierra Leone ended its national disarmament, demobilization, and reintegration (DDR) program in December 2003.
This Report was commissioned by the United Nations Secretary General, Kofi Annan.
On 26 February 2003, the United Nations Under-Secretary for African Affairs and then Special Representative of the Se
The combined Initial, Second and Third Report and Combined Fourth and Fifth Report of Angola is found on page 118.
This paper concentrates on advocacy by women for gender-balanced representation in diplomatic peace negotiations.