• Gabrielle Bardall

SIPRI Yearbook: Gender, peace and armed conflict

The gendered nature of war has been a consistent pattern throughout modern history. War is gendered in terms of who participates, as well as who it affects and how. Gender is also relevant to the causes and consequences of armed conflict. A key research finding is that societies that tend to have more gender equality are more peaceful than less gender-equal societies.




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