The role of women in peacebuilding is acknowledged by many stakeholders central in peace work. While this is so, there are still concerns about what we know about women’s involvement in peacebuilding structures established by non-state actors. Drawing from Amani Mashinani (Peace at Grassroots) peacebuilding model initiated by the Catholic Church in Kenya’s North Rift region, we examine the role of women in processes of conflict resolution in Uasin Gishu County. Suggestions to support women’s participation will be discussed.
Kilonzo, Susan and Onkware, Kennedy
"Gendered Conflict Resolution: The Role of Women in Amani Mashinani’s Peacebuiding Processes in Uasin Gishu County, Kenya,"
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