On November 10th, the ICGBV held an online panel discussion on Women, Peace & Security: A Feminist Agenda. The recording is available above.
Following on from the 20th anniversary of the Women, Peace & Security 1325 Security Council resolution, this webinar explored the WPS agenda from a feminist perspective. In the discussion, panelists shared the ways in which they feel that a feminist agenda might more fundamentally reshape the peace and security sphere as we look ahead to future advancements in WPS, and reflect on successes from 20 years of this agenda.
Moderator – Dr. Caitriona Dowd, Assistant Professor in Security Studies at Dublin City University
Opening Remarks – Áine Hearns, Director of the Conflict Resolution Unit at the Department of Foreign Affairs of Ireland
- Lucía Baca – Coordinator, Peace and Transitional Justice Team, Colombia Diversa
- Sarah Cotton – Public Affairs and Policy Advisor, International Committee of the Red Cross
- Commandant Gillian Collins – Gender Equality and Diversity Advisor, Irish Defence Forces
- Dr. Zeynep Kaya – Associate Academic, WPS Centre, London School of Economics
- Hadeel Qazzaz – Regional Gender Justice Coordinator, MENA, Oxfam International