Sudan: Guests at the table? The role of women in peace processes
Women were never simply guests at the negotiating table. The roles they play as combatants, supporters of fighting forces and peacemakers qualify them to sit at the negotiating table and to assume an active role in implementation.
Submitted on Fri, 01/19/2007 - 00:00
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