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Autori: Hermoso, Jocelyn Clare R; Delale, Eva Anđela
Naslov: A Policy Evaluation of Croatia’s National Action Plan for UNSCR 1325
Izvornik: MULTIDISCIPLINARY EDUCATION AND PRACTICE FOR SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT AND SOCIAL GOOD: 20th Biennial International Symposium of International Consortium for Social Development. Book Of Abstracts. / Rihter, Liljana ; Berc, Gordana (ur.). - Zagreb : Sveučilište u Zagrebu Pravni fakultet Studijski centar socijalnog rada , 2017. 233-233 (ISBN: 978-953-270-108-1).
Skup: MULTIDISCIPLINARY EDUCATION AND PRACTICE FOR SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT AND SOCIAL GOOD: 20th Biennial International Symposium of International Consortium for Social Development. Book Of Abstracts.
Mjesto i datum: Zagreb, Hrvatska, 7-11.7.2017.
Ključne riječi: Croatia ; gender ; peace ; UN Security Council Resolution 1325
Sažetak:
The United Nations Security Council enacted Resolution 1325 on women, peace, and security in 2000 as recognition of the importance of bringing in a gender perspective to peacemaking through increased women’s participation in official peacemaking efforts, supporting women’s initiatives to create a culture of peace, and by underscoring women’s unique contributions to ending conflict. UNSCR 1325 is operationalized at the national levels through the National Action Plans (NAPs) which detail the particular approaches and priority areas that national governments deem important in terms of women, peace, and security issues. The Republic of Croatia adopted its own NAP in 2011 outlining three priority areas: prevention (strengthen a gender perspective through participation in international activities and integration of a gender perspective in the education programs) ; participation (introduce gender balance in the security system, increase the participation of women in decision-making activities related to peace- building and security, protection and post- conflict recovery (protect the rights of women and girls including victims of gender-based violence) (Croatia National Action Plan, 2011 ; Miller, Pournik, & Swaine, 2014). This paper will present an analysis of Croatia’s NAP using a framework evaluating how the Croatia’s NAP aligns itself with the goals of promoting a gender perspective to peacemaking, increasing protection for women in conflict, and working towards gender equality. Given Croatia’s history of conflict (the Croatian War of Independence from 1991-1995), evaluating the country’s peace- building efforts is particularly important. The atrocities in the 1990s were rife with gender dimensions and marred by ethnic cleansing, sexual and gender- based violence, and displacement of civilian populations (PeaceWomen, n.d.). In the war’s aftermath, women assumed more of the economic and care-giving burden. Evaluating Croatia’s NAP using a gender framework will generate findings on how the country promotes gender equality as a way of establishing a more sustainable peace. This paper builds on an earlier study of a policy evaluation framework for UNSCR 1325 that looked at how gender equality is used as a criterion for ascertaining the following: (1) the policy gains ; (2) the broadening of political space ; and (3) the strengthening of peace constituencies (Hermoso & LucaSugawara, 2016).
Vrsta sudjelovanja: Predavanje
Vrsta prezentacije u zborniku: Sažetak
Vrsta recenzije: Međunarodna recenzija
Izvorni jezik: ENG
Kategorija: Znanstveni
Znanstvena područja:
Psihologija,Socijalne djelatnosti,Rodni studiji
URL Internet adrese: http://icsd2017.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/07/Book-of-Abstracts-v4.pdf
Upisao u CROSBI: Eva Anđela Delale (edelale@hrstud.hr), 17. Lip. 2018. u 08:28 sati



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