I am glad that I was among over 1,600 women and men from local communities and civil society organizations through the platform of TWBI in Libya within other 50 countries, who participated in making this report possible. In the hopes that it will inform the development and implementation of the Sustaining Peace agenda and help to ensure that women’s civil society voices and priorities are adequately reflected in it.
A publication of the Global Network of Women Peacebuilders, funded by UN Women.
© 2019 Global Network of Women Peacebuilders Printed in New York, New York, USA
Lead Author and Overall Project Coordinator
Agnieszka Fal Dutra Santos
Survey Data Analysts and Co-Authors
Dinah Lakehal Mallika Iyer Prativa Khanal
Project Advisor and Substantive Editor
Afghanistan: Storai Tapesh, Roshan Mashal, Wahid Safi, Robina Hamdard and Qudsia Raheen Bangladesh: Nazneen Akhstar, Gulfam Tasnim and Bareesh Hasan Chowdhury
Burundi: Joselyne Bucumi, Seconde Nyanzobe, Niyongabo Augustin, Reginas Ndayiragije and Christian Ngendahimana
Canada: Kristine St Pierre and Sarah Tuckey
Colombia: Francy Jaramillo and Beatriz H. Quintero G.
Liberia: Charles G. Tiah
Libya: Dr. Rida Al Tubuly, Aisha Fathi Alubuly and Iman Awaidat Abdullah
Mali: Boubou Diallo and Abdoul Kassim Fomba
Mexico: Kelly Yzique-Zea (remote interviews)
Philippines: Jasmin Nario-Galace and Sophia Dianne Garcia
Sierra Leone: Dr. Nana Pratt, Rosaline Macarthy and Mabel Kartusche
South Sudan: Rita M. Lopidia
Sweden: Lovisa Dahlström, Maja Skogh, Zahra Khalaf and Annika Schabbauer (team leader) Syria: CCSD management and field team
Ukraine: Ella Lamakh, Anna Ambartsumova and Maria Dmytriyeva
Peer Reviewer and Copy-Editor
Layout and Design
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