Inside UN Peacekeeping: Policy Changes that Work for Women

Nadine Puechguirbal

Cynthia Enloe

October 4, 2012

UMass Boston

Nadine Puechguirbal, drawing on over a decade of experience working inside UN peacekeeping missions - and Cynthia Enloe, reflecting on her experience of trying to forge feminist questions about militarized politics - will candidly discuss the continuing impact of "gender blindness" on even well-meaning international organizations, as well as the daily challenges feminists face in keeping their integrity in peacekeeping and humanitarian work.

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