Women Empowerment, Women in the World, World Politics

Womanhood & IR 2: Peace Equalizers?

3 Questions on Women’s Roles in Times of War and Peace

A look on women’s relevance in international affairs, women’s role in peace processes and when and how states/media/society/we are cancelling them (and each other) out.

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Womanhood and International Relations is a bi-weekly podcast created by Natalia Bonilla to explore the intersection of feminist theory from a personal to an international level.

The 8-episode podcast is set to create a bridge of knowledge between North and South.

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In this second episode we explore:

A look on women’s relevance in international affairs, women’s role in peace processes and when and how states/media/society/we are cancelling them (and each other) out.

  • 2:30 – The systemic exclusion of women in international arena and the mystery surrounding structural gender violence
  • 4:00 – My reporting conclusions traveling to Colombia 3 times during peace deal times
  • 11:00 – The sweet dance women and peace narrative distracting us from the realpolitik
  • 13:00 – Which campaigns are failing or succeeding in seeing women as political actors taking decisions in times of war or peace
  • 14:00 – Why women mattered in the Mindanao Peace Process?
  • 20:00 – Save the dates in your calendar

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