1st Short Course on Gender and Peacebuilding - July 16-21, 2006 Mbodiene (Senegal)

Femmes Africa Solidarité (FAS) and the University for Peace (UPEACE) have organised the first short course on Gender and Peacebuilding.
This first workshop in a series of projected training activities was attended by practitioners, researchers and individuals from institutes, regional and international organisations and civil society organisations (CSOs) in order to broaden their skills of gender and peacebuilding.

The objectives of this course were:
- To present and discuss specific aspects of gender and peacebuilding
- To clarify terms, definitions and key concepts of gender social analysis
- To examine gender relations during peace and conflict
- To empower women as actors of change
- To create a forum for discussion of experiences
- To test FAS's cases studies 

INFORMATION NOTE :

- Giving Women the Tools to Negotiate Peace - 18/06/2006
- Opportunities and Challenges of the 1325 Resolution - 19/06/2006
- Gender Mainstreaming in the Organization for African Unity and the African Union -  20/06/2006
- Gender and Peacekeeping: Thirty African Nations Visit the Thiès Tactical Centre - 21/07/2006

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