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Women’s International League for Peace & Freedom
July 2017 Conference Presentations
Panel 1 Sustaining Peace – What does it mean?
- Amanda Cahill-Ripley (Lancaster University Law School) ‘ESCRs and Sustaining Peace – An Introduction’
- Rachel Madinyeka (QUNO New York) ‘Sustaining Peace – A Perspective from the UN in New York’
- Dorothy Estrada Tanck (Fundación Cepaim) ‘Human Security and ESCR: a synergy for Sustaining Peace’
- Alison Graham (UN OHCHR) ‘Early warning and ESCRs’
Panel 2 Programme and Policy Perspectives
- Karol Balfe (Christian Aid) ‘The realisation of economic, social and cultural rights in peace building: challenges for local civil society’
- Anna Leissing (Swisspeace) ‘The linkages of ESCR and peacebuilding on the ground: findings from a joint learning process in Honduras’.
- Yadaira Orsini (International Alert) ‘Using Business and Human Rights Due Diligence in Conflict Affected Settings as a way to Advance Peace’.
- Lucy McKernan (Global Initiative for Economic, Social and Cultural Rights) ‘Inequality, ESCR and Peacebuilding’
Panel 3 Women, Peace and Security, and ESCRs
- Claire Duncanson (School of Social and Political Science, University of Edinburgh) ‘Economic Empowerment in the Women, Peace and Security Agenda’.
- Shavana Musa (University of Manchester Law School) ‘Considering Socio-Economic Elements to International Prosecutions of Sexual and Gender-Based Violence’.
- Claire Pierson (Manchester Metropolitan University) ‘Can Abortion Rights Be Integrated Into The Women, Peace And Security Agenda?’
- Sana Al Sarghali (An Najah University, West Bank, Lancaster University) ‘Statehood, Democracy and Women’s Economic, Social and Cultural Rights in Palestine: The Same Means for the Same End?’
Panel 4 Transitional Justice, ESCRs and Peacebuilding
- Dáire McGill (Transitional Justice Institute, Ulster University) ‘No ESCR, no Peace? The Importance of Addressing Structural Violence in Post-Conflict Societies’ (Colombia).
- Daniela Méndez Royo (University of Nottingham School of Law) ‘Transitional Justice and Socio-Economic Rights: The role of the Inter-American System of Human Rights’.
- Marwan Darweish (Centre for Trust Peace and Social Relations, Coventry University) ‘Social And Economic Justice As Everyday Citizens’ Resistance To End The Israeli Occupation’