Inclusive Security: A Curriculum for Women Waging Peace

  • Citation: Jacevic, Miki, Allison Shean, and Tobie Whitman. Inclusive Security: A Curriculum for Women Waging Peace. Washington, DC: Inclusive Security, 2009.
    • Topics:
    • Conflict and Security
    • Conflict Resolution and Peacebuilding
    • Human Rights
    • Keywords:
    • inclusive security
    • statebuilding
    • democratization and political participation
    • peace accords
    • peacemaking
    • post-conflict reconstruction

Published in 2009, Inclusive Security: A Curriculum for Women Waging Peace is a resource for policymakers and practitioners who want to better include women in peace processes. This unique tool draws on more than a decade of original research and training by Inclusive Security and accomplished women peace builders from areas including Afghanistan, Bosnia, Colombia, Haiti, Iraq, Israel & Palestine, Northern Ireland, Rwanda, and Sudan. Eight modules contain training plans, activity guides, PowerPoint presentations with lecture notes, videos, and role-playing exercises that simulate real-world peace processes. It is designed for experienced trainers and is structured to foster strong coalitions, to enhance problem-solving abilities, to bolster confidence, and, most significantly, to result in a concrete agenda for advancing women’s participation in peace and security. Background: In November 2004, in collaboration with International Alert, we released Inclusive Security, Sustainable Peace: A Toolkit for Advocacy and Action.

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