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- Article: Current Challenges and Continuing Relevance of the United Nations Women, Peace and Security Agenda. Considering Mali as a Case-Study - March 2023
In late 2022, the United Nations Interregional Crime and Justice Research Institute (UNICRI) launched a two-year project aimed at building gender-sensitive resilience to violent extremism in the Sahel, supported by the generous contribution of the Korea International Cooperation Agency (KOICA).
June 10, 2023, 16:00 Cinema Massimo, Turin International CinemAmbiente Festival Screening/live debate, both in-person and streamed on Superottimisti's YouTube and Facebook channels.
"Superoptimists on the road" is an event for in-depth analysis and reflection on the topic of displaced people in the context of disasters and climate change from various perspectives. It starts from an educational and film production experience carried out by young university students who are refugees in Kenya.
The United Nations Women, Peace and Security (WPS) agenda was inaugurated in 2000 with the unanimous adoption of the Security Council landmark resolution 1325. This resolution, together with the ones that followed, described as a “norm bundle”, are a crucial framework to address the unique ways in which women and girls are affected by conflict and to promote their protection and participation in the maintenance of peace and security, in conflict prevention and post-conflict efforts.
The United Nations Interregional Crime and Justice Research Institute (UNICRI) today launched a two-year project to build gender-sensitive resilience to violent extremism in the Sahel, through a strong partnership with the Korea International Cooperation Agency (KOICA).