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Advancing Gender Equality and Women’s Participation in Peace Processes in the Democratic Republic of Congo: The Experience of MONUSCO

Research on women, peace and security provides strong evidence that gender equality and women’s empowerment are associated with more peaceful and stable outcomes. The United Nations Stabilization Mission in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (MONUSCO) facilitates the inclusion of women peace activists in local conflict, early warning and prevention mechanisms.

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Conflict Trends 2014/4

Editorial By Vasu Gounden Beheadings and the News Media Why Some Conflict Atrocities Receive More Coverage than Others By Virgil Hawkins Conflict Resolution in the Central African Republic What Role

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Conflict Trends 2014/4

Editorial By Vasu Gounden Beheadings and the News Media Why Some Conflict Atrocities Receive More Coverage than Others By Virgil Hawkins Conflict Resolution in the Central African Republic What Role

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Peace at last?

Sadiki Koko is a Researcher at the Institute for Dispute Resolution in Africa, University of South Africa. Abstract The seizure of Goma by the Mouvement du 23 Mars rebellion in

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Conflict Trends 2013/2

Editorial By Vasu Gounden An Overview of the Women, Peace and Security Agenda Resolution 1325 By Seun Abiola & Zinurine Alghali Gender Mainstreaming Policies and Practice in Peacekeeping Operations By

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