Tuesday 10/11/20

11:00-12:15 IDT


Images of Women in Peace and Conflict

About this Event

Critical Perspectives on 1325: 20 years after the resolution, why is it so far from achieving its goals?

This webinar takes a critical look at images of women in peace and conflict. 

Bringing together experts from Australia and Israel we will discuss the relationship between representation, reality and the reality that we are working towards. 


Professor Hilary Charlsworth, Laureate Professor at Melbourne Law School specializing in International Law sharing a critical perspective on 1325 through an examination of the images on UN and NATO websites

Dr. Gal Harmat, a researcher and a lecturer at the Kibbutzim Teachers College and UN University for peace in Costa Rica.
As a Gender and Peace Education Specialist, she has extensive experience in training, conflict analysis, dialogue facilitation, capacity building, peace education, research, gender-sensitive to peace work and gender mainstreaming since 1998 in various countries. Her book ‘Intersectional Pedagogy and Creative Education Practices for Gender and Peace Work’ published in 2019 by Routledge Taylor & Francis Books. She manages the social startup The Genderator.

MK Aida Touma-Suleiman – Feminist Leader, Palestinian citizen of Israel, Member of Knesset for the Hadash party since 2015, former Chair of the Knesset Committee on the Status of Women, founder and director of Arab feminist organization Women Against Violence.

Presented By:

Itach Ma’aki (Women Lawyers for Social Justice) (Israel) together with the Kiversten Institute (Israel) and National Council of Jewish Women Australia.

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Main Photo: Photo by Kelly Lacy from Pexels | Image at the top of the page by Tamar Shemesh