Marie Michael Library
Women, peace and security for the 20th anniversary of UN Security Council Resolution 1325
Open Plenary: Local Women’s Voices for Peace – 20 Years of 1325
- Coady Institute. (2020, September 29). Title: Local Women’s Voices for Peace: 20 years of 1325: experiences from Zimbabwe [Video]. (9:56 min.)
- Video is Tabeth Chideya Ndoro’s presentation.
- Ndoro Chideya, T. (2020). Presentation. (630K pdf)
LAC Session: A Review of Gender-Based Violence in the LAC Region: Sharing Lessons, Challenges, Opportunities, & Civil Society Leadership over the past 20 Years
- Migraciones contemporáneas y racismo en América Latina: Contemporary migration and racism in Latin America. (2018). Revista Chasqu, no. 138.
- Igarapé Institute. (2016). Diálogo latinoamericano sobre paz y seguridad internacional. Nota Estratégica, 22. (475K pdf)
- Benavente, M.C., Donadio, M., & Villalobos, P. (2016). Manual de formación regional para la implementación de la resolución 1325 (2000) del Consejo de Seguridad de las Naciones Unidas relativa a las mujeres, la paz y la seguridad (Manuales de la CEPAL, no. 3). CEPAL/ECLAC. (1.55 Mb pdf)
Conflict Resolution and Practice Workshop
- Gangotena, M. (2020). Reflective listening skills: Carl Rogers – empathy / client centered [Presentation]. (180K pdf)
Global Session: Technology-related Gender Based Violence: Call it what it is?
- Glitch, fix the glitch to end online abuse.
Global Session: Women’s Leadership in Conflict and Peacebuilding
- Krekshi, G. (2020). Ghmera Krekshi (Libya): Social worker [Presentation]. (237K pdf)
Plenary: Addressing Cultural Norms
- Dibo Eyong, L. (2020). Presentation. (266K pdf)
South/Southeast Asia Session: Women-Led Storytelling and Art for Peacebuilding
- Coady Institute. (2020). South/Southeast Asia Session: Women-led storytelling and art for peacebuilding [Video]. YouTube. (88:12 min.)
How to Share Your Story Effectively Workshop
|Presenters||Activities and Training Guides for Sharing Your Story|
|Aparna Lall, India (105K pdf)||Storytelling techniques (1 Mb pdf)|
|Sherna Benjamin, Trinidad & Tobago (137K pdf)|
|Dr. Dorothy Goredema, Zimbabwe||Documenting peacebuilding activities and stories by women peace builders (429K pdf)|
|Andikuza Makhumula, Malawi|
|Biju Kandel, Nepal|
- Centre for Oral History and Digital Storytelling’s toolbox. Concordia University.
- Descriptive, analytical, critical/evaluative, reflective writing compared. (n.d.). Eastern Institute of Technology. (488K pdf)
- PhotoVoice. (2009). Statement of ethical practice. This document highlights ethical issues to consider when doing research with people, particularly in vulnerable contexts. (71K pdf)
- Reflective practice toolkit. (2020). University of Cambridge.
- Thompson, A. (2011). The story perspective: The use of individual life narratives in understanding development effects and processes. Dublin: Kimmage Development Studies Centre. (127K pdf)
*Majority of the information below was compiled by Victoria Miles and Riley Wolfe.
- Backgrounder: Women at the heart of peace and reconciliation. (2017). Development and Peace Caritas Canada. (1.31 Mb pdf)
- Barrow, A. (2016). Operationalizing Security Council Resolution 1325: The role of national action plans. Journal of Conflict and Security Law, 21(2), 247-275. https://doi-org.libproxy.stfx.ca/10.1093/jcsl/krw002 (StFX access) (Request full text through Researchgate.net)
- Basu, S. (2016). The Global South writes 1325 (too). International Political Science Review, 37(3), 362-374. https://doi.org/10.1177/0192512116642616 (StFX access) (Request full text through Researchgate.net)
- Boyle, K. (2017). Self-care manual for women. AMINA – MWRC. (8.87 Mb pdf)
- Duncanson, C. (2019). Beyond liberal vs liberating: Women’s economic empowerment in the United Nations’ Women, Peace and Security agenda. International Feminist Journal of Politics, 21(1), 111-130. https://doi.org/10.1080/14616742.2018.1518725 (StFX access) (Request full text through Researchgate.net)
- Fisher, C., Harland, P., Ilich, K., & McGown, E. (2016). UN Security Council Resolution 1325 in peacekeeping: Challenges and opportunities. Women in International Security (WIIS). (1.26 Mb pdf)
- Global Network of Women Peacebuilders. (2020). Building peace from the grassroots: Learning from women peacebuilders to advance the WPS agenda. (7.08 Mb pdf) Executive summary available. (4.57 Mb pdf)
- Global Network of Women Peacebuilders. (2020). COVID-19 and women, peace and security database.
- Goetz, A. M., & Jenkins, R. (2016). Agency and accountability: Promoting women’s participation in peacebuilding. Feminist Economics, 22(1), 211-236. https://doi.org/10.1080/13545701.2015.1086012 (StFX access) (Request full text through Researchgate.net)
- Hagen, J. J. (2016). Queering women, peace and security. International Affairs, 92(2), 313-332. https://doi.org/10.1111/1468-2346.12551 (StFX access) (Request full text through Researchgate.net)
- Klugman, J., et al. (2020). Beijing+25: Accelerating progress for women and girls. Georgetown Institute for Women, Peace and Security & The Rockefeller Foundation.
- Krause, J. (2018). Women’s participation in peace negotiations and the durability of peace. International Interactions, 44(6), 985-1016. https://doi-org.libproxy.stfx.ca/10.1080/03050629.2018.1492386 (StFX access) (Request full text through Researchgate.net)
- Langdon, G. (2019, February 11). Why are feminist theorists in international relations so critical of UNSCR 1325? E-International Relations.
- Mukhopadhyay, M., & Singh, N. (Eds.). (2007). Gender justice, citizenship and development. Zubaan, IDRC.
- Ní Aoláin, F. (2016). The ‘war on terror’ and extremism: Assessing the relevance of the Women, Peace and Security agenda. International Affairs, 92(2), 275-291. https://doi.org/10.1111/1468-2346.12552 (StFX access) (Request full text through Researchgate.net)
- Political Settlements Research Programme. (2020). Conflict and Covid-19 resource hub. Blogs and resources addressing the COVID-19 pandemic from the perspective of conflict-affected areas.
- Tryggestad, T. L. (2009). Trick or treat? The UN and implementation of Security Council Resolution 1325 on women, peace and security. Global Governance, 15(4), 539-557. (StFX access) (Request full text through Researchgate.net)
- Vernon, P. (2019). Local peacebuilding: What works and why. Peace Direct, Alliance for Peacebuilding.
South Asia Resources
- Dilawar, S., Khan, A., Nawaz, M., & Jadoon, K. (2019). A gender approach to militancy (extremism) in Pakistan: A case study of North-Western Region. Journal of Gender Studies, 18(1), 165-176. doi: 10.46568/pjgs.v18i1.31
- Mullally, S. (2011). Women, peace and security in contemporary Pakistan: Meeting the challenge of Security Council Resolution 1325? Irish Studies in International Affairs, 22(1), 53-66.
- Singh, S. (2017). Gender, conflict and security: Perspectives from South Asia. Journal of Asian Security and International Affairs, 4(2), 149-157. https://doi-org.libproxy.stfx.ca/10.1177/2347797017710560 (StFX access) (Request full text through Researchgate.net)
- Singh, S. (2017). Re-thinking the ‘normative’ in United Nations Security Council Resolution 1325: Perspectives from Sri Lanka. Journal of Asian Security and International Affairs, 4(2), 219-238. (StFX access)
South East Asia and Pacific Resources
- Davies, S. E., Nackers, K., & Teitt, S. (2014). Women, peace and security as an ASEAN priority. Australian Journal of International Affairs, 68(3). 333-55. https://doi.org/10.1080/10357718.2014.902030 (StFX access) (Request full text through Researchgate.net)
- Abdulmelik, S. (2016). Implementation of the Women, Peace, and Security Agenda in Africa. B. Diop, B. Jean-Bosco, & T. Shaanika (Eds.). Office of the Special Envoy on Women, Peace and Security of the Chairperson of the African Union Commission. (2.83 Mb pdf)
- Chitando, A. (2019). From victims to the vaunted: Young women and peace building in Mashonaland East, Zimbabwe. African Security Review, 28(2), 110-123. (StFX access) (Request full text through Researchgate.net)
- Hudson, H. (2017). The power of mixed messages: Women, peace, and security language in national action plans from Africa. Africa Spectrum, 52(3), 3-29.
- Tripp, A. M. (2020). UN Security Council Resolution 1325: Peacebuilding in Africa 20 years after its adoption (CMI Brief no. 2020:08). Chr. Michelsen Institute.
Middle East and North Africa
- Michielsen, D. (2017). Women on the frontline: Can a network provide a platform for activists in the volatile MENA region? Gender and Development, 25(1), 53-67. https://doi.org/10.1080/13552074.2017.1279822
- Rayman, P. M., Izen, S., & Parker, E. (2016). UNSCR 1325 in the Middle East and North Africa: Women and security (Special report no. 388). United States Institute of Peace. (400K pdf)
- Guerrina, R., & Wright, K. A. (2016). Gendering normative power Europe: Lessons of the Women, Peace and Security agenda. International Affairs, 92(2), 293-312. https://doi-org.libproxy.stfx.ca/10.1111/1468-2346.12555 (StFX access) (Request full text through Researchgate.net)
Central and South America and the Caribbean
- Carlsen, L. (2018, January 25). How women are building feminist human security in the Americas. Open Democracy.
- Cossette, L., & Saba Perez, K. (2019, June 26). The fear of the “gender ideology”: Erasing sexual and gender minorities from the Columbian peace process. Latin America Working Group.
- Htun, M., & Piscopo, J. (2014). Women in politics and policy in Latin America and the Caribbean (CPPF Working papers on Women in Politics, no. 2). Social Science Research Council. (316K pdf)
- UN Women. (2016). The global study on 1325 fact sheet: Latin America and the Caribbean region. (893K pdf)
- Wright, K. A. (2016). NATO’S adoption of UNSCR 1325 on Women, Peace and Security: Making the agenda a reality. International Political Science Review, 37(3), 350-361. https://doi.org/10.1177/0192512116638763 (StFX access) (Request full text through Researchgate.net)
- The Asia Foundation is committed to improving the lives of people across Asia. It addresses issues affecting Asia in the 21st century by: strengthening governance, expanding economic opportunity, increasing environmental resilience, empowering women, and promoting international cooperation.
- Association for Women’s Rights in Development (AWID) is a global, feminist movement-support organization focused on gender justice and women’s human rights worldwide.
- Daniel K. Inouye Asia-Pacific Center for Security Studies (DKI APCSS) is a U.S. Department of Defense institute that addresses regional and global security issues.
- Georgetown Institute for Women Peace and Security focuses on the role women play in preventing conflict and building peace, growing economies, and addressing global threats like climate change and violent extremism.
- Global Network of Women Peacebuilders is a coalition of women’s rights organizations building equal, resilient and peaceful communities.
- Huairou Commission: Women, Homes, and Community is an international social movement connecting grassroots women’s groups from poor urban, rural, and Indigenous communities who work towards transformative change on issues of gender-based inequity.
- NGO Working Group on Women, Peace and Security is a coalition of international NGOs working to advance the Women, Peace and Security agenda at the United Nations and around the world.
- Peace Insight is a mapping platform created and maintained by Peace Direct, and shares information on peacebuilding in areas of conflict, and features peacebuilding organisations around the world.
- Peace Women Across the Globe (PWAG) is the international network of 1000 women nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize in 2005. The organization is committed to the participation of women in peacebuilding, particularly of disadvantaged and marginalized women.
- PeaceWomen is the Women, Peace and Security Programme of the Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom (WILPF), the oldest women’s peace organization in the world.
- United States Institute of Peace is a nonpartisan, independent institute focused on a world without violence and improving global security. It works with partners to prevent, mitigate and resolve conflict and violence.
- Women in International Security (WIIS) is dedicated to advancing the leadership and professional development of women in the field of international peace and security.
- Women, Peace and Security Network – Canada is committed to promoting and monitoring the efforts of the Government of Canada with a focus on the UN Security Council Resolutions on Women, Peace and Security.