Marie Michael Library
Advancing Women’s Leadership in Conflict Transformation and Peacebuilding for Community Development
- Brock-Utne, B. (2000). An analysis of peace and development studies as well as peace education from a feminist perspective. Presented at a joint session between the Peace Education Commission and the Women and Peace Commission at the 18th General IPRA Conference in Tampere, Finland, 5 – 9 August. (65K pdf)
- de la Rey, C. & McKay, S. (2002). Peace as a gendered process: Perspectives of women doing peacebuilding in South Africa. International Journal of Peace Studies, 7(1).
- Definitions of peace
- Additional resources
- Government of Newfoundland and Labrador. (2018). Defining violence and abuse.
- Empowering Nonviolence
- Institute for Economics & Peace. (2017). Positive peace report 2017: Tracking peace transitions through a systems thinking approach (report no. 54). Sydney, Australia: IEP.
- Turning the Tide, training for social action.
- TEDWomen 2010. (2010, December). Suheir Hammad: Poems of war, peace, women, power [Video file]. (5:39 min.)
- Birkhoff, J. E. (n.d.). Gender, conflict and conflict resolution.
- Rosenburg, M. B. (2015). Nonviolent communication: A language of life.
- Morrison, L. (2016, November 7). Conflict management [Video file]. (5:05 min.)
- Additional resources
- O’Reilly, M., Ó Súilleabháin, A., & Paffenholz, T. (2015). Reimagining peacemaking: Women’s roles in peace processes. New York, NY: International Peace Institute.
- O’Reilly, M. (2015). Why women? Inclusive security and peaceful societies. Washington, DC: Inclusive Security.
- UN Women. (2015, October 8). The story of Resolution 1325: Women, peace and security [Video file]. (3:11 min.)
- Hess, R. (2012). Dr. Bogaletch Gebre: KMG Ethiopia (Global Change Leaders case study). Antigonish, NS: Coady Institute. (574K pdf)
- Government – Canada
- Gender equality: A foundation for peace: Canada’s National Action Plan, 2017-2022. (2017). Ottawa, ON: Global Affairs Canada. (741K pdf)
- Government of Canada. (2017). Canada’s National Action Plan on women, peace and security 2017-2022: Theory of change.
- Non-Governmental Organizations
- African Centre for the Constructive Resolution of Disputes (ACCORD)
- Gender Action for Peace and Security (GAPS)
- Gender Hub
- Global Network of Women Peacebuilders (GNWP)
- International Alert: Gender
- International Centre for Nonviolent Action (ICNC)
- Nobel Women’s Initiative
- Pan African Women’s Association (PAWA)
- Peace Insight
- Women, Peace and Security Network – Africa (WIPSEN-Africa)
- Women, Peace and Security Network – Canada
- Women for Women International
- Training Resources
- Inclusive Security’s resources train women peacebuilders, policymakers, and students on why women’s inclusion matters, and how to implement policies that support it.
- Women Human Rights Defenders International Coalition. (2016). Gendering documentation: A manual for and about women human rights defenders.
- Rotary Positive Peace Academy – free online course
- United States Institute of Peace (USIP) Academy provides online courses, workshops and training. Tuition varies.
- Intergovernmental Organizations
- ACCORD. (2015). Silencing the guns, owning the future: Realising a conflict-free Africa. Durban, South Africa: ACCORD. Report on the proceedings of the Fifth African Union High-Level Retreat on the Promotion of Peace, Security and Stability in Africa held from 21 to 23 October 2014 in Arusha, Tanzania. (1.22 Mb pdf)
- United Nations
- Anderlini, S. N. (2000). Women at the peace table: Making a difference. New York, NY: UNIFEM. (984K pdf)
- United Nations. (2002). Women, peace and security. Study submitted by the Secretary-General pursuant to
Security Council resolution 1325 (2000). [n.l.]: United Nations. (1.10 Mb pdf)
- UN Women Watch
- UN Women. (2012, July 18). Side by side – women, peace and security [Video file]. (32:44 min.)
- United Nations. (2015, October 15). 15th anniversary of Security Council Resolution 1325 (2000), on Women, Peace and Security [Video file]. (4:09 min.)
- Peace Institutes
- Global Partnership for the Prevention of Armed Conflict (GPPAC)
- Mediate – everything mediation
- THE DOMINO effect. (2016, July 20). African women: Changing the narrative – peace & security [Video file]. (8:23 min.)
- THE DOMINO effect. (2016, July 20). African women: Changing the narrative – women’s leadership [Video file]. (9:19 min.)