Women and negotiations with armed groups

15.02.2008

By Non classé

This article highlights some issues concerning the current situation of women [i] as mediators in dialogues with nonstate armed groups, and as members of and negotiators for such groups. It shows that the lack of female involvement as peace negotiators provides scarce evidence as to the costs and benefits of their inclusion; however, some evidence and plausible arguments for their involvement in negotiations with nonstate armed groups do exist and should be built on.

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