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A LANGUAGE THAT MATTERS – Viewing the Women, Peace and Security agenda through an intersectional lens


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Title: A LANGUAGE THAT MATTERS – Viewing the Women, Peace and Security agenda through an intersectional lens
Authors: Sara, Razi Ullah
Issue Date: 20-Jul-2021
Degree: Master theses
Keywords: Women
Peace and Security
intersectionality
conflict
National Action Plans
Sweden
Finland
Bosnia and Herzegovina
Serbia
Lebanon
Jordan
Liberia
Democratic Republic of Congo
conflict-related sexual violence
refugees
Abstract: The aim of this study is to analyse how the Women, Peace and Security agenda is intersectional in its approach to women. This study contributes to previous research regarding gendered security and peace and conflict studies. In this study, the focus is on national implementations of the Women, Peace and Security agenda, in terms of National Action Plans. These documents are government policy papers that explain and articulate the national legal and policy frameworks. Reviewing these documents th... more
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2077/69203
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