02 | Southeast Asia Women Peacebuilders Policy Brief Series We Are Still Not Enough: Getting More Women’s Voices Into Peacebuilding
Total Pages: 24
Organization: The South East Asia Women Peacebuilders Network
Country/Region: Southeast Asia, Indonesia
Topic Area: Gender equality and women’s empowerment, Peace and security, Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), Conflict prevention, Relief and Recovery, Violent extremism and terrorism, Leadership and political participation
Resource Type: Policy Papers, Briefs
This policy paper highlights the research findings of issues pertinent to the Women, Peace and Security (WPS) discussion in Southeast Asia that includes traditional security and emerging issues such as climate change, water and food security, and social media disinformation. The paper comprises detailed research findings and discussion outputs from the webinar session and conference held by the Southeast Asian Women Peacebuilders Network (SEAWPN). The SEAWPN highlights how women’s presence in tackling these issues, encourages and leads to inclusivity in peace talk processes, and fosters the recognition of minority groups.