Challenges and Good Practices in Support of Women in Conflict and Post-Conflict Situations

UN Security Council Resolution 1325

No. of pages: 92

Publication Date: 2007

Author: UNFPA

This report summarizes views on assisting displaced women in conflict and post-conflict situations as presented at the UNFPA Expert Meeting in Tunisia. The first goal of the meeting was to bridge the gap between knowledge and policies regarding women's protection needs -- or gender-specific protection issues. The second goal was to identify specific means for the integration of emergency-related programming into the mainstream of UNFPA work.

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