For women’s full participation in conflict resolution and peacebuilding

An initiative from Kvinna till Kvinna

Resources

Here you will find resources connected to women, peace and security. We have gathered a selection of important UN and EU documents, reports, links and organizations working with women’s rights and peace. Choose by category or use our search engine. News articles can be found in our Newsroom.

 

  • War victims and gender-sensitive truth, justice, reparations and non-recurrence in Bosnia and Herzegovina (in Bosnian)

  • War victims and gender-sensitive truth, justice, reparations and non-recurrence in Bosnia and Herzegovina

  • Equal Power – Lasting Peace, summary (2012)

    The Kvinna till Kvinna Foundation. Summary of report on obstacles for women’s participation in peace processes. Field studies made in Armenia, Azerbaijan, Bosnia-Herzegovina, DR Congo, Iraq and Liberia.

  • Equal Power – Lasting Peace (2012)

    The Kvinna till Kvinna Foundation. Examines obstacles for women’s participation in peace processes, based on field studies made in Armenia, Azerbaijan, Bosnia-Herzegovina, DR Congo, Iraq and Liberia.

  • World Young Women’s Christian Association (YWCA)

    16 Ancienne Route 1218 Grand Saconnex, Geneva, Switzerland

    Advocates for peace, justice and raising the status of women.

  • Euro-Mediterrainean Human Rights Network

    Vestergade 16 DK-1456 Copenhagen K, Denmark

    Networks that monitors the Euro-Med-region. Offers news etc.

  • War is not over with the last bullet (2002)

    The Kvinna till Kvinna Foundation. A study of women’s psychosocial situation in Bosnia-Herzegovina and Croatia, five years after the war.

  • Communication from the commission on conflict prevention (2001)

    Commission of the European Communities on the EU´s part in preventing violent conflicts.

  • To make room for changes – Peace strategies from women organisations in BiH (2006)

    The Kvinna till Kvinna Foundation. Investigates the connection between women’s participation, an independent civil society and sustainable peace.

  • Fokus – Forum for Women and Development

    Storgata 11 0155 Oslo, Norway

    A resource center for international women’s issues with emphasis on spreading information.

  • UN Women Finland

    Tölötorggatan 2B 00260 Helsingfors, Finland

    The National Committee for UN Women in Finland is an independent NGO supporting UN Women.

  • Young Men’s Christian Association (YMCA)

    12, Clos-Belmont 1208 Geneva, Switzerland

    Works to bring social justice and peace to young people and their communities.

  • Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom (WILPF)

    Rue de Varembé 1211 Geneva, Switzerland

    Has national sections. Work for non-violent peace.

  • Saferworld

    28 Charles Square N1 6HT London, United Kingdom

    An independent NGO that works to prevent and reduce violent conflict and promote cooperative approaches to security.

  • Operation 1325

    Hammarby allé 93 12063 Stockholm, Sweden

    Works through advocacy and education to implement resolution 1325 – in Sweden and internationally.