When it comes to the conflict over Nagorno-Karabakh, women are almost entirely left out of the peace processes. It has been labelled a frozen conflict, and regarded as such since the 1990’s. But for many living in the region, there is nothing frozen about this conflict.
This report explores women’s perspectives on conflict and peace-making, in order to understand:
- The range of women’s positions, interests, needs and values, relating to their experience of conflict and violence, taking into account their diverse social positions;
- The extent to which women constitute (or have both the potential and desire to constitute) an organised collective which can exert influence on the peace process.
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