‘Women, Peace and Decision-Making in post-conflict societies’
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‘Women, Peace and Decision-Making in post-conflict societies’

‘Women, Peace and Decision-Making in post-conflict societies’ byUCDspirePosted onMay 13, 2013 The Liberia Solidarity Group and the National Women’s Council of Ireland, in association with the Institute for British-Irish Studies (IBIS), School of Politics and IR, UCD, and Trócaire, in organising a round table discussion on Wednesday 15th May in Dublin. The event is entitled ‘Women, Peace and Decision-Making in post-conflict societies’ and takes place from 10.30am – 13.00pm in the National Women’s Council of Ireland’s offices (4th Floor, 2/3 Parnell Sq. East, Dublin 1). Our Liberian guest speakers are: Dorothy Tooman – Director of DEN-L Development Education Network Liberia, Kortoe Williams – Director of Action Aid Liberia and Caroline Brown – Deputy Head of Mission, medica mondiale.We aim to bring Irish Women in Civil Society Organisations North/South together in solidarity with women leaders in Civil Society Organisations in Liberia to exchange experiences on ‘women, peace and decision-making in post conflict societies’.This round table event is part of the DFAT-CRU funded IBIS project titled ‘Addressing Cultural Legacies of Conflict. Towards an intercultural and inter-dimensional Dialogue on Women, Peace and Security.’A particular theme of our discussion will be the release of Ireland’s new White Paper which mentions a specific commitment to 1325 (p

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‘Women, Peace and Decision-Making in post-conflict societies’