Insights and Analysis

New Study: Gender and Conflict in Mindanao

April 25, 2012

GenderConflictinMindanaoThe Asia Foundation just released “Gender and Conflict in Mindanao,” a study that examines challenges and opportunities in engaging women in local and national peacebuilding in this southern Philippines’ island. The study draws on the Foundation’s conflict work and our long experience working in Mindanao. Download study. In this week’s blog, Eileen Pennington analyzes key findings.

Related locations: Philippines
Related programs: Conflict and Fragile Conditions, Empower Women


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