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WOMEN’S PARTICIPATION IN PEACE BUILDING AND CONFLICT RESOLUTION: A STUDY ON THE IMPLEMENTATION RATES OF PEACE

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Author Name: Mst. Nazmunnahar and Md. Abdul Zalil and Selina Khatun
Research Area: English Linguistics and Literature
Volume: 07
Issue: 02
Page No: 119-123
Emailed: 1
Total Downloads: 43
Country: Bangladesh
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This study has emerged that women’s participation in peace building and conflict resolution contributes positive impact on the implementation rates of peace. This study has used a mixed method approach to examine the impact of women’s participation in peace building and conflict resolution. Primary data has been collected from Uppsala Conflict Data Program (UCDP) and case study. The statistical analysis of this study demonstrates a correlation between peace agreements with women signatories and without women signatories. And, it has collected secondary data from journals, articles, research papers, etc. This study has revealed that agreements signed by women show significantly a higher number of implementation rates than that not signed by women. The study has observed a positive impact of women’s participation in peace building and conflict resolution with qualitative case study evidence and has demonstrated how women and women civil society groups positively impact peace process and conflict resolution. The findings of this study have supported women’s participation in peace building and conflict resolution for higher number of implementation rates.