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How CARE promotes Women, Peace & Security

My Right to My Future
Efforts towards a peaceful resolution of the conflict between Israel and the Palestinian Authority have been affected by several military escalations. The project champions women’s role in peacebuilding through a focus on women’s meaningful political representation and changing social norms around women’s role in politics.

Strengthening Women’s Voices in East Africa
The project aims at strengthening the meaningful participation of women in decision making processes in Ethiopia, Rwanda and Uganda. Its advocacy component promotes Women, Peace and Security and Gender Equality issues in Austria, at EU level and in the African Great Lakes Region.

Peace and Diversity in Sahel (former)
CARE and MARP have worked with non-profit organizations in Niger and Burkina Faso for more than 20 years. Based on this experience, they dispose the required know-how to mobilize and strengthen stakeholders on the communal, national and sub-regional level in the field of peace-building.

Strengthening Women’s Capacity for Peace-building in the South Caucasus Region (former)
CARE supported partner NGOs from across South Caucasus to create an enabling environment where marginalized women from conflict-affected communities can protect their rights and take active part in decision making.

CARE | Gaza | Thomas Haunschmid

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Uganda | Alexander von Wiedenbeck

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CARE | Burkina Faso | 2015

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CARE | Georgien

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