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The need for women's involvement in peace processes in the Middle East

Women have continually been missing from the process and content of peace negotiations in the Middle East. This presentation discusses the importance of peace processes, the ongoing lack of female representation, the contributing factors to this issue, the effect of women's presence, and current successful practices to address this issue.


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Presenter(s)

McKenna Swindle

Mentor(s)

Steven Fox

Author(s)

McKenna Swindle

Type: Oral
Discipline: Social and Behavioral Sciences
Institution: Brigham Young University

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