Burundi and Nepal: New PRIO publications

09 June 2010

This PRIO Paper forms part of a project entitled ‘Resolution 1325 and Women’s Political Participation’, which has been funded by the Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs. The project has also produced two policy briefs on women’s formal and informal participation in post-conflict decision making in Burundi and Nepal.

PRIO is The International Peace Research Institute, Oslo, part of the NISAT Coalition which is an IANSA member in Norway. PRIO is a non-profit peace research institute (established in 1959) whose overarching purpose is to conduct research on the conditions for peaceful relations between states, groups and people. The institute is independent, international and interdisciplinary, and explores issues related to all facets of peace and conflict.

Falch, Åshild, 2010. 'Affirmative Action: A Kick-Start with Limitations', PRIO Policy Brief 2, Oslo: PRIO.
http://www.prio.no/Research-and-Publications/Publication/?oid=57848003

Falch, Åshild, 2010. 'Women’s Political Participation and Influence in Post-Conflict Burundi and Nepal', PRIO Paper. Oslo: PRIO.
http://www.prio.no/Research-and-Publications/Publication/?oid=57892750

Falch, Åshild, 2010. 'Women's Organizations: A Driving Force Behind Women's Participation and Rights', PRIO Policy Brief 3, Oslo: PRIO.
http://www.prio.no/Research-and-Publications/Publication/?oid=57847924

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