This policy brief enhances our understanding of the role that armed and political movements can play as implementers of the women, peace and security agenda, especially when it comes to ensuring the protection and participation of women and girls in peace and security issues. It offers specific recommendations for international actors on how they can enhance their support for WPS policies and practices in territories controlled by armed and political movements. While this pilot-study only focused on two movements in Myanmar, its implications are relevant for the wider WPS community and policy actors worldwide.
- Observe and Act. The role of armed and political movements in the implementation of the Women, Peace and Security agenda in Myanmar
Zin Mar Phyo, Véronique Dudouet, Ann-Kristin Sjöberg, Tilman Papesch, Katharina Schmitz, Nicolas Sion, Maw Day Myar, Thinzar Linn Htet. 2022
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