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Inclusion of Women and Effective Peace Processes: A Toolkit

12Author: Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE)

Publication Date: December 2019

Summary: This toolkit makes actionable proposals on how to increase women’s inclusion in peace processes. It includes three separate but interlinked sections: increasing women’s meaningful and direct participation at the negotiation table, linking official processes and informal peace initiatives, and integrating a gender perspective. The toolkit can be used as a handbook, with readers selecting tools from each section as relevant to their work. the tools comprise recommendations that are accompanied by practical suggestions on how the recommendations can be implemented. The tools are specifically designed for different audiences: OSCE mediators and their teams, the Chairmanship, participating States, the OSCE Secretariat, OSCE institutions, and OSCE field operations.

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