Gender & Peacebuilding
Men and women have different roles to play in conflict and peace processes because they are affected by conflict in differing ways. swisspeace promotes the view that the gender-specific dimensions of conflict and peacebuilding have to be taken into account in all peace processes; otherwise, these processes will lack substance and legitimacy, which may jeopardize their sustainability. This imperative is reflected in UN Security Council Resolution 1325 (2000) and follow-up Resolutions (1820, 1888, 1889 and 1960) on "Women, Peace and Security".
Latest Activities and Publications
Julia Palmiano Federer, Rachel Gasser, 2016
International Peace Mediation and Gender: Bridging the Divide
15 September 2016
14th National Symposium of the Swiss Red Cross
Annemarie Sancar, Senior Program Officer at swisspeace, participated in a panel discussion at the National Symposium of the Swiss Red Cross entitled "Menschen auf der Flucht" on the gender dimensions of displacement and the link to the UN Resolution 1325 on Women, Peace and Security. More information on the event.
Sandra Rubli and Elisabeth Baumgartner, 2016
Gender and Dealing with the Past
swisspeace, cfd, PWAG, Frauen für den Frieden, 2016
Women, Peace, Security - reloaded
Alternative report from a civil society and gender perspective on the National Action Plan 1325 on gender, peace and security. Impulse for actors in politics, administration and civil society. Download the report in English and German.
7 March 2016
National Action Plans: Challenges and Opportunities
Annemarie Sancar participated in a workshop on "National Action Plans: Challenges and Opportunities" organized by EPLO. She gave an input on the civil society report of the Swiss NAP, which is elaborated by the Swiss NGO working group on women, peace and security. Program.