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Abstract or Description
Highlighting patriarchal norms and lack of protection for women peacebuilders in Iraq.
Women peacebuilders inevitably face risks and insecurity in their daily work. International partners have an important role to play in supporting their safety and protection. Understanding women peacebuilders’ roles and the types of risks they face is the first step in ensuring an adequate response. This case study forms part of the Building Holistic Security: Addressing Security Risks of Women Peacebuilders Through Partnerships report, focused on how international partners can better partner with women peacebuilders to address the risks and insecurity they face in the different facets of their work.
peacebuilding, women peacebuilders, security risks
Peace and Conflict Studies
Digital USD Citation
Barwari, Nesreen, "Building Holistic Security (Case Study: Iraq)" (2023). Kroc IPJ Research and Resources. 75.