The project "Implementation of UNSCR 1325: Integration of gender sensitive policies in the security sector of Bo
This report, launched 7 December 2011, presents the findings and analysis generated by a needs assessment on gender a
A Forward-Looking Retrospective
In order to create a comprehensive gender-sensitive peace-building process, we should challenge the currently prevale
The report is a study of the psychosocial work being carried out at various women's centres in Bosnia-Herzegovina and
In the lead up to this year's ten year anniversary in October of UN Security Council Resolution1325 (2000) there has
In October, 2010, the international community will mark the 10th Anniversary of the adoption of 1325, the first Secur
The development goal of the project is to strengthen democratic governance, and to promote and protect women's human
Rape and other forms of sexual violence against women were widespread during the 1992-1995 war in Bosnia and Herzegov
“Peacekeeping economies” have not been subject to much analysis of either their economic or socio-cultura
In Bosnia & Herzegovina (BiH) the civil society sector is generally familiar with the UNSCR1325 and its importanc
The report highlights the connection between women's participation, an independent civil society and sustainable peac
In many armed conflicts around the world women are taking initiatives towards peace.
Bosnian civil society groups have taken the lead in addressing needs not met by their state during its postwar recons
A report from the consultative meeting held in Bratislava, Slovakia, on November 13-15, 2002.
Throughout history, gender−based violence has been an integral component of armed conflict.
This report aims to look at the international community's efforts, or in some cases lack of effort, to include women
Since the end of the Cold War, civil wars (intrastate conflicts) have come to dominate the international landscape.
This report forms part of a multicountry comparative assessment undertaken by USAID's Center for Development Informat
Several participating women from the former Yugoslavia mentioned the Kvinna till Kvinna Foundation (KtK) as a good ex