The Georgetown Institute for Women, Peace and Security released a foundational new research report entitled Women Leading Peace: A close examination of women’s political participation in peace processes in Northern Ireland, Guatemala, Kenya, and the Philippines. The report examines women’s political participation in peace processes, focusing on four distinct cases where women have gained access to high-level negotiations. This study provides a comprehensive understanding of not only why and how women mobilized for peace, but also how they shaped negotiations and their outcomes.
Women Leading Peace
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The Office of the Presidential Adviser on the Peace Process or OPAPP is the office mandated to oversee, coordinate, and integrate the implementation of the comprehensive peace process. The agency was created through executive order no. 125, s. 1993 which was later amended in 2001 with the signing of executive order no. 3, s. 2001 as a reaffirmation of the government’s commitment to achieving just and lasting peace through a comprehensive peace process.
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