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GSP Recommends: Issue 77

GSP Recommends is a weekly round up of news, reports, recommended readings, videos and podcasts from our desk to yours. If you think something should be up here but isn't, do write to us on info@gendersecurityproject.com with your recommendation and we will make sure to review it, engage with it, and add it up to one of our forthcoming lists.



Image: Women played a prominent role in the political transition process in Sudan, which resulted in women holding key government leadership positions, including the country's first-ever woman Foreign Minister and Chief Justice. [UNAMID/Mohamad Almahady]

On our desk

How to Close the Gender Gap in Peace Talks (Read) Georgetown Alumna Calls on International Community To Respond to Conflict in Tigray (Read) Anticipating Instability: The Untapped Potential of Women, Peace, and Security (Read) Facing the Ongoing Trauma of Conflict-Related Sexual Violence (Read) Anticipating Instability: The Untapped Potential of Women, Peace, and Security (Read) First International Treaty to Address Violence & Harassment at Work, Comes Into Force (Read) Beyond COVID-19: The feminist plan for sustainability and social justice (Read) NATO - New Policy on Preventing & Responding to Conflict-Related Sexual Violence (Read) Standing with Afghanistan: Inclusion and women’s rights in peace talks (Read) Reports and Studies

Protecting Forcibly Displaced Women & Girls During the COVID Pandemic (Read) Child Marriage & Child Widows in the Women, Peace & Security Agenda & Humanitarian Response (Read) Gendered Impacts on Operational Effectiveness of UN Peace Operations (Read) News from around the world Women Hold Inter-Religious Prayers For Peace, Security In Nigeria (Read) Rohingya Repatriation: Dhaka seeks clear roadmap from UN (Read) 30 womens associations in Nuba Mountains, Blue Nile, and Darfur adopt positive discrimination principle (Read) Nigerian women’s call: End the insecurity and bloodshed, By Feminist Womanifesto Group (Read)

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