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Through Their Eyes: Feminist Peace in Karabakh

The end of the Second Karabakh War and the liberation of Azerbaijan's occupied territories have called into question the future coexistence of the two communities in Karabakh. In this regard, for the prevention and resolution of possible conflicts and escalations, it is necessary to explore new paths of maintaining sustainable and lasting peace in the region. Therefore, exploring peace from a gender and feminist lens is essential and can help to find new paths for peace. Research shows that women's participation in peace processes makes peace more sustainable and durable and can reduce violence by as much as 24.9%  within a year. The reason for that lies in the different visions and perceptions between the genders. Hence, the positive impact of women on peace processes lies in the fact that... Read More




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