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Women, Peace, and Security: United Nations Security Council Resolution 1325 in the Israeli Context
Resolution 1325 is the first of seven resolutions dealing with women, peace, and security that were passed by the United Nations Security Council between 2000 and 2013. This series of resolutions is a historic attempt to integrate gender perspectives into the work of international organizations,...
Implementing and Monitoring National Action Plans: Strategies of Women’s Organizations
The United Nations Security Council Resolution 1325 is a landmark decision, made in 2000, that for the first time calls for equal representation of women in key decision-making bodies, their participation in processes of conflict resolution and peace arrangements, protection of women and girls from...
Women’s Representation in Security Decision Making 2013-2014
The United Nations Security Council Resolution 1325, passed in 2000, is a landmark decision, that for the first time calls for equal representation of women in key decision-making bodies, their involvement in processes of conflict resolution and peace arrangements, protection of women and girls...
Captives
Captivity is horrible and cruel, but it is also fascinating, both as a historical phenomenon and as a human and political issue that raises difficult and controversial dilemmas. The issue of captives keeps arising in Israel and demands that we all delve into it. The anthology Captives addresses the...
06/03/2014 - 18:30 to 21:00
The Chained, the Bound, and the Crucified Albert Camus and the Limits of Violence (Carmel Publishers, Jerusalem)   The topic of violence, a constant motif in the life and work of Albert Camus, is the key to understanding his literary oeuvre and philosophy. The book delves into Camus’ view of...