What do peace processes without women’s participation produce? Less peace.

Signed 25 years ago, the Oslo accords established an incomplete but historic rapprochement between Israel and the Palestine Liberation Organization. Female activists and leaders were essential catalysts of this peace process, but a quarter-century later, research shows how sidelining them may have weakened prospects for a lasting peace.

More information: https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/monkey-cage/wp/2018/09/24/25-years-after-the-oslo-accords-evidence-that-peace-processes-suffer-without-women/?utm_term=.ee082f67e52f

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