Women and Peace-building: Reflecting on the 2005 Aceh Peace Talks

Shadia Marhaban

February 29, 2012

UMass Boston

Drawing on her experiences as a negotiator in the 2005 Aceh peace processes, Shadia Marhaban explores the consequences of excluding women from peace-building efforts and highlights the broad spectrum of benefits of including women’s rights and needs in negotiated settlements. 

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