Benchmarks, Barriers and Bridging the Gaps: Enhancing Women’s Meaningful Participation and Contribution to Peace Processes in Georgia

Benchmarks, Barriers and Bridging the Gaps: Enhancing Women’s Meaningful Participation and Contribution to Peace Processes in Georgia

December 11, 2020

The study Benchmarks, Barriers and Bridging the Gaps: Enhancing Women’s meaningful Participation and Contribution to Peace Processes in Georgia explores women’s meaningful participation and contribution in peace process in Georgia. It explores the concept of “meaningful participation” in a specific context and provides a comprehensive analysis of why women remain underrepresented at the negotiating table, and peace and security spaces at large. The study further proposes ways to improve the peace process in Georgia and provides actionable recommendations for relevant actors, which if acted upon, may offer a key to unlocking the stagnant negotiations and contribute to achieving a just, inclusive and sustainable peace in the country.

United Nations Entity for Gender Equality and the Empowerment of Women (UN Women), 2020

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