Fostering Feminist Peace At Home: Implications for CNAP3, WPSN-C’s new publication, aims to provide analysis, inspiration, and recommendations to support the understanding of “domestic issues” in the next CNAP.
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Fostering Feminist Peace At Home: Implications for CNAP3 is edited by Katrina Leclerc, Bénédicte Santoire and Beth Woroniuk
The publication’s chapters are:
- Gendered Islamophobia is a WPS Issue in Canada (Urooj Mian)
- Deploying CAF culture change to strengthen Canada’s domestic agenda in CNAP3 (Sandra Biskupski-Mujanovic)
- Women, Peace and Cybersecurity? Integrating Cybersecurity in Canada’s Domestic Implementation of the WPS Agenda (Panthea Pourmalek)
- Queering Canada’s Domestic Peace and Security: Opportunities for WPS and the 2SLGBTQIA+ Action Plan (Micaela Crighton)
- Youth at the Table: How WPS and Youth, Peace and Security Benefit Canadians (Katrina Leclerc and Shayne Wong)
- The Role of WPS in addressing Armed Social Violence in Canada (Alexandria Bohémier)
- Looking Inwardly, Acting Collaboratively: Repurposing CNAP to Address GBV in Canada (Deeplina Banerjee)
- Resourcing WPS Work in Canada: Challenges and Shortfalls (Beth Woroniuk)
- The need for a WPS approach in Canada’s Arctic (Kate Proctor)