Toward inclusive peace: gender provisions in peace agreements

This project will investigate how peace agreements can advance women’s rights and participation after post-conflict and political transitions. It will examine the relationship between women’s presence in peacemaking processes; women’s rights and gender provisions in peace agreements; and women’s participation in post-conflict governance of countries with successful peace agreements. Women’s participation in peace processes makes a successful peace agreement likelier, but may not consolidate peace or lead to greater participation by women in the governance of the country. Anticipated outcomes are analysis of the relationship between peace processes and gender equality in conflict-affected societies; improved consular delivery of aid programmes in fragile states; and targeted air delivery that empowers women.

Australian Research Council Linkage Project

Jacqui True; Nicole George; Katrina Lee-Koo; Sara Davies; Barbara King; Sally Moyle
Politics and International Relations, School of Social Sciences
2016-2019