Women's participation in peace processes increases the likelihood of a successful peace agreement, but does it consolidate peace and lead to greater participation by women in the governance of the country? This project examines the relationship between women's presence in the processes of peacemaking, the inclusion of women's rights and gender provisions in peace agreements, and the outcomes for women's participation in post-conflict governance of countries with successful peace agreements. Post-conflict and political transitions are major opportunities to advance women's rights and participation: this project investigates how those opportunities can be harnessed and supported in implementation of peace agreements.
|Effective start/end date||1/07/16 → 30/06/20|
- Australian Research Council (ARC): AUD553,000.00
- The University of Queensland : AUD1,306.00
- Monash University
- Griffith University
- Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT) (Comm): AUD577,591.00