Arms, Gender and Security in the Pacific (2014)

14 December 2014
The Pacific Small Arms Action Group (PSAAG) launched a a new publication as part of the 16 days of activism. The publication deals with the relationship between arms, gender and security in the Pacific and provides policy recommendations to Pacific governments about ways that they effectively adopt gender responsive policy. "Why does gender matter in Pacific arms control and security?" "What is gender? Does it just mean "women"?" "What's the relationship between arms and gender in armed conflicts?"
Original document:

Publication gender arms and security in the Pacific.pdf (424183 bytes)