Policy Dialogue in Madrid: The gender, peace and security agenda in mediation and dialogue processes: Challenges and recommendations for the EU
On 28 of September, the Escola de Cultura de Pau – Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona organized a Policy Dialogue to discuss gender, peace and security agenda in mediation and dialogue processes: Challenges and recommendations for the EU.
The Policy Dialogue brought together diplomatic and political actors, experts and civil society to learn from WOSCAP conclusions and recommendations, especially related to the area of gender and multitrack diplomacy, one of the core elements of WOSCAP project. Discussions with attendants provided useful insights and inputs that validate and enrich WOSCAP recommendations on gender. In addition, the event successfully contributed to dissemination of the project results, as it reached a broad and strategic group of national and international actors, before, during and after the Policy Dialogue, including EUMS Embassies and relevant national Ministries.
Insights and inputs from Policy Dialogue discussions that can enrich WOSCAP gender recommendations.
Read here all the insights and inputs from the Policy Dialogue.
Why is Local Ownership to Peacebuilding Important?
Mary Martin on the Whole-of-Society Approach
Véronique Dudouet on the Research of the WOSCAP Project
Mary Martin on the Importance of the Whole-of-Society Approach