Jul 11, 2015

Petition · Support women's voices in countering extremism · Change.org

In 2011, the Obama administration implemented the US National Action Plan on Women, Peace and Security (US NAP), which aims to promote women’s roles in conflict prevention in order to create conditions for stable societies and lasting peace. The US NAP states that the US government will work to “Ensure the inclusion of a broad range of perspectives from women to inform policy, strategy and...

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