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maeda akira maeda at zokei.ac.jp
2009年 6月 7日 (日) 11:58:32 JST



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      Women Negotiating Peace - International Conference in Reykjavík,
      Iceland 19-20 June 2009

The Icelandic Ministry for Foreign Affairs in cooperation with the 
University of Iceland is holding an international conference on UN 
Security Council Resolution 1325 in Reykjavík, 19-20 June 2009.

The conference's main focus will be on the implementation of an 
important aspect of 1325: How to ensure that women are included in 
formal and informal peace processes. It will address current practices 
in structuring peace processes as well as obstacles to women's 
participation. It will seek to evaluate policy options for governments, 
international organisations and NGOs for promoting women's participation 
in and ownership of peace processes and post-conflict administration.

The United Nations Security Council Resolution 1325 (2000) on WOMEN, 
PEACE and SECURITY was a milestone in the history of the council.

 The main focuses of resolution 1325:

- Increased women´s participation in decision making and peace processes
- Protection of women and girls in conflict zones
- Integration of gender perspectives and gender education into peacekeeping

The resolution stresses the importance of women´s participation in the 
peaceful resolution of conflict and peacebuilding. It also underlines 
women´s equal participation in all actions that maintain and promote 
peace and security.

This calls for a significant change in the process, evaluation, 
traditions and attitudes of individuals, institutions and UN member states.

The Women Negotiating Peace conference will address the fact that women 
remain largely excluded from peace processes in spite of UN Security 
Council Resolution 1325 and seek practical proposals for improving the 
implementation of 1325.

Ten speakers with a strong commitment to resolution 1325 and extensive 
practical and/or theoretical experience of conflict zones and peace 
processes share with us their knowledge, experience, ideas and, 
hopefully, some practical proposals for improving the implementation of 
1325. The format will include panels and interactive workshops.
The conference will be held in English.

We would greatly welcome your participation in the conference.

Information on registration, programme and list of speakers, along with 
practical information and accommodation suggestions, can be found on the 
left column of the website.

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to: wunrn_listserve-request at lists.wunrn.com. Thank you.

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