Power to Women in Peace Processes

Women's Organisations Cooperating in Realising Resolution 1325

Operation 1325 is an umbrella organization initiated by several Swedish women’s and peace organizations. Through advocacy and training, in Sweden and internationally, the organizations objective is to increase women’s influence at all levels of peace processes and in conflict resolution. Operation 1325 advocates, informs, educates and creates platforms for debate and dialogue to influence decision makers, civil society and the general public with the aim of implementing UN’s Resolution 1325.

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Sahira Ahmed Abdul Kareem

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Sahira Ahmed Abdul Kareem is a prominent lawyer and member of the Baghdad Women Association. She is trained in leadership.

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Liza Hido

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Liza Hido is co-founder and president of the Baghdad Women Association, founded in 2004 to advance women’s leadership.

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Susan Himme

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Susan Himme is executive manager of the Libyan Dialogue Forum and advocate for UNSCR 1325.

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Zahra’ Langhi

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Zahra’ Langhi is a co-founder of the Libyan Women's Platform for Peace. She is a scholar, gender specialist and civil society strategist advocating for

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Ebtesam Al Gusbi

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Ebtesam Al Gusbi is a member of the Women Participation in Decision Making committee.

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Omima Bawi

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Omima Bawi is a lawyer with constitutional and human rights expertise who has worked with the Libyan security forces.

The organisations behind Operation 1325