Macro analysis of gendered discourse in conflict resolution in MENA
This article is featured in the ORIENT II 2019
The article explores conspicuous and controversial facets of the gendered discourse of conflict resolution in MENA. It (re)problematizes issues of inclusivity and effectiveness of conflict resolution processes while adopting a critical macro-analytical perspective to unpack the relationship between gender and armed conflict, focusing on ways women are affected by conflict and can influence its resolution; as well as how conflict and its management in the MENA region has impacts on Europe.
Sneha Roy is a second year doctorate student at University of Wales Trinity Saint David. She is an anthropologist by her academic training; a former Commonwealth scholar, a fellow of KAICIID International Dialogue Centre, a fellow of Mindanao Peacebuilding Institute, and a youth advocate with UNESCO.
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