|Gender and Peace – July – December 2022
In this issue we highlight:
– Given the seriousness of the facts verified in the context of the conflict in Ethiopia, in which war crimes and crimes against humanity could have been committed, the Human Rights Council decided to appoint an international commission of experts on Ethiopia.
– Women from all regions of Cameroon gathered at the first National Convention of Women for Peace and demanded an immediate end to hostilities.
– The seizure of power by the Taliban led to the approval of very restrictive regulations for women and an increase in the violation of their rights.
– The issue of disarmament continued to be absent from most National Action Plans on women, peace and security.
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