It’s hard to listen to the details of Flora*’s life. Her husband died during the conflict. Her son did too. And she was raped by soldiers in the midst of this horror.
High in the Mt Piceli ranges, 12 kilometres outside of Mitrovica, the air is pristine and the vistas are breathtaking, with no scrap of manmade material in sight – save for several memorials and some pieces of airplane fuselage.
On the 19th anniversary of landmark United Nations Security Council resolution 1325 on Women, Peace and Security, the Security and Gender Group underlines that the inclusion and meaningful participation of women is a necessary condition for peace, stability
Momentum from an election that heralded the most “significant change” in Kosovo’s politics in years could trigger renewed efforts for rule of law, job creation and the Pristina-Belgrade dialogue, the Head of UNMIK says.
Nineteen years ago today, UN Security Council adopted landmark resolution 1325, which underlines the central role that women must play in preventing and resolving conflict.