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Afghan peace talks need women

WMC's senior strategic advisor explains how evidence from fragile peace negotiations in many other diverse conflicts shows us why women are so crucial to long-lasting peace.

Sustainable peace cannot be achieved without women

WMC member Betty Bigombe was one of the first internationally recognised women mediators in the world. She wrote about the hopes she had for UNSCR1325 20 years ago, the progress that’s been made and what still needs to be done.

Supporting women-led mediation initiatives

Through small grants, the WMC supported women mediators to develop peacebuilding skills within their communities and to increase awareness of the important work already being done by women to resolve conflicts.