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An official ban on sexist jokes?: The Council of Europe’s Recommendation on preventing and combating sexism

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The 27 March 2019 marks a historic moment in the history of human rights of women. The Council of Europe has adopted the first ever international document defining sexism. What does it mean for everyday realities of women? The far-right parties are leading countries across the continent (and beyond). Sexual and reproductive rights are under […]

The momentum around gender equality is both a risk and opportunity

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A recent report published by Equal Measures 2030 revealed that the world is far from achieving gender equality as planned in the 2030 Agenda, despite recent momentum around the issue. Indeed, in the past ten years, numerous efforts have marked progress in the advancement of gender and peacebuilding. In 2000 the UN adopted its UNSCR 1325 – […]

Towards an Inclusive Peace and Security: taking stock on the gender dimension

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At the end of 2018, the UACES  Gendering EU Studies Research Network and the Quaker Council for European Affairs (QCEA) brought together a group of academics, civil society, policy makers, practitioners and military officials who work on gender to consider the integration of gender into peace and security from a European perspective. The resulting discussions […]

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