Operation 1325 at Gothenburg Book Fair

SoME Gavobevis 2023

20 September 2017

Can only men create peace?

On Sunday, October 1st, Operation 1325 will host a panel discussion at the Gothenburg Book Fair.

UN Security Council Resolution 1325 highlights women as key actors for sustainable peace and human security. Meanwhile, women’s special vulnerability is stressed in conflicts. What concrete measures does our Parliament work with to implement Resolution 1325? What has Sweden’s membership in the Security Council led to so far?

Hear Annika Lillemets (MP), Birgitta Ohlsson (L) and Carina Ohlsson (S) resonate around these thought-provoking questions, led by moderator Aase Smedler. Welcome!

The talk is held in Swedish.

WHEN? Sunday, October 1st, 10.45 am.

WHERE? Internationella torget, H-hallen, Level 2, Svenska Mässan, Gothenburg

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