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By: Roshmi Goswami, Kumudini Samuel & Nighat Said Khan

In: Women and Politics of Peace: South Asia Narratives on Militarization, Power, and Justice

Chapter 3: Herstory: Women and Peace Movements in South Asia

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Herstory: Women and Peace Movements in South Asia
Herstory: Women and peace movements in south asia
Roshmi Goswami Kumudini Samuel Nighat Said Khan
South Asia's Feminist Peace Politics

Following the adoption of UN Security Council Resolution 1325, the promotion of women's participation in all aspects of peacebuilding, including peace negotiations and mediation, is strategically recognized as a key issue in successful peace processes and peacebuilding. Also established is the evidence that the exclusion of women and the lack of gender expertise in negotiations lead to irreversible setbacks for women's rights, leaving crucial issues, such as women's engagement in post-conflict governance and women's access to economic opportunity, justice, and reparations, neglected in peace accords. In ...

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