Deika Mohamed analyzes the long term effects climate change will have on global health.
Jenny provides a progress report on the situation of women in the NATO armed forces in relation to the UNSCR 1325. Canada both succeeds and falters.
A special Water Cooler piece written by Ariel Sim exploring the importance of “digital jedi” in the humanitarian network.
UN Peacekeepers have once again been accused of sexual assault while deployed. Unfortunately, as women, we know our value in a male-dominated world, even at our most vulnerable.
Exploring the convergence of the Kurdish nationalist cause and solidarity with women who have fallen victim to IS for Kurdish women fighting on the front lines in Iraq.
Maria Baginska examines the United Nations Security Council Resolution 1325 and questions the international community’s commitment to women’s involvement in security negotiations, as well as their overall rights.
Nancy Kanwal discusses strengths and limitations of recommendations outlined in the UN Women’s Progress of the World’s Women 2015-2016.
Part One of a two part series, Victoria examines the role of women in countering violent extremism (CVE) as well as the dialogue generated by CVE think-tanks and international organizations regarding this issue.
Examination of the most recent UN Women report, “Progress of the World’s Women 2015-2016” and the work that still remains to realize gender equality.
Canada in the World: Youth Dialogue on Women, Peace and Security Published May 2015 The Atlantic Council of Canada is proud to present its first publication focused on Women, Peace and Security: Canada in the World: Youth Dialogue on Women, Peace and Security. The publication is a joint-effort by ACC members, Junior Research Fellows and external contributors. It was Read More…