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Bergman Rosamond talks about Sweden’s feminist foreign policy in London

RESEARCHER OUTREACH: Annika Bergman Rosamond will participate in a debate on the Security Council Resolution SCR 1325 with focus on Sweden’s feminist foreign policy, organised by the British Foreign and Commonwealth Office in London, 10 December 2015.

The debate is titled: Women, Peace and Security: Opportunities and Pitfalls of a Global Gender Norm.

Programme for Women, Peace and Security: Opportunities and Pitfalls of a Global Gender Norm (PDF)

 

 

Security Council Resolution SCR 1325

In 2000, the United Nations Security Council formally acknowledged through the creation of Resolution 1325 the changing nature of warfare, in which civilians are increasingly targeted, and women continue to be excluded from participation in peace processes. UNSCR 1325 addresses not only the inordinate impact of war on women, but also the pivotal role women should and do play in conflict management, conflict resolution, and sustainable peace. (http://www.usip.org/gender_peacebuilding/about_UNSCR_1325)

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