Gender and Peacebuilding
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Gender and Peacebuilding offers a comprehensive and up to date analysis of how and why gender matters in contemporary peace operations. It draws on a wide range of examples from across the world to offer a nuanced account of the UN's attempts to mainstream gender into peace operations via Security Council Resolution 1325, and assesses the successes and failures of this effort to enhance the participation and protection of women and girls in peacebuilding operations. In presenting this mixed picture of progress and ongoing challenges, the book argues for bold steps forward that will enable peacebuilding to contest the current neoliberal order, address structural inequalities, and bring about feminist visions of peace and security. It is only by focusing attention on the economic empowerment of women and its ability to temper the dangers of neo-liberalism in post-conflict contexts that feminists can hope to achieve these aims. Timely, critical and engaged, this book provides an invaluable guide to the issues for students of peace and conflict studies, and sets the agenda for future scholarship and advocacy.show more

Product details

  • Hardback | 240 pages
  • 147 x 219 x 23mm | 398g
  • Polity Press
  • Oxford, United Kingdom
  • English
  • 0745682510
  • 9780745682518

About Claire Duncanson

Dr Claire Duncanson is a Lecturer in International Relations at Edinburgh Universityshow more

Table of contents

Abbreviations Introduction Chapter 1: From gender blind to gender dilemmas Chapter 2: Feminist visions of peace Chapter 3: Feminist Critiques of Neoliberal Peacebuilding Chapter 4: Protection, Participation and Prevention in Practice Chapter 5: Gendering Alternatives to Neoliberal Peacebuilding Notes Referencesshow more