Power to Women in Peace Processes

Women's Organisations Cooperating in Realising Resolution 1325

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Ayla Akat Ata

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Ayla Akat Ata is a lawyer and a former parliamentarian and represented BDP, Peace and Democracy Party, in Turkey.

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Hilda Issa

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Hilda Issa is Head of Secretariat at PCPD, Palestinian Centre for Peace and Democracy.

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Nazan Ustundag

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Nazan Ustundag is a Doctor in Sociology at Boğaziçi University, where she specializes on modernity and post-colonialism theory, fem

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Besime Konca

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Besime Konca represents HDP, Peoples’ Democratic Party, as deputy member of the Turkish parliament, where she also co-chairs t

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Marina Gallego

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Marina Gallego is the National Coordinator of the feminist and antimilitarist organization Ruta Pacífica de las Mujeres, a

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Olga Sanchez

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Olga Sanchez is one of Colombia’s most important feminists with more than 20 years of experience within the field of women’s rights

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Angela Cerón

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Angela Cerón is the Director of IMP, Iniciativa de Mujeres Colombianas por la Paz, the Initiative for Women for Pea

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Meet the authors behind ”Unstoppable Women”

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The book ”Unstoppable Women – Does Education Matter”  tells the story of three women, born and raised in Malawi and Uganda, who have had amazing careers in three differ

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Message of hope, words of caution, cries of protest

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From Moldova, Albania, Colombia, Nicaragua, Palestine, Turkey, Syria, Lebanon, Yemen, Somalia and Sweden, representatives from women peace organizations speak up for