On 18-19 July 2013, a group of practitioners, scholars, and policy makers with global experience representing a variety of institutions gathered in Washington, DC to explore how the principles and practicalities of including non-violent, non-state actors in mediation, transition, and peace-making processes can be applied to Syria. The meeting’s key objective was to develop viable options for cultivating a more inclusive and gender-sensitive Syrian mediation process, including strategies for implementation.
- Building A More Inclusive Political Transition in Syria
- Open Letter to Secretaries of State Requesting Inclusion of Syrian Women in Peace Negotiations
- ICAN partners with other NGOs to request the involvement of Syrian women in mediation
- Ensuring the Effective Participation & Rights of Women in the Syrian Peace & Mediation Process
- Options for Action in Syria: A Nonpartisan Statement of Concern by Conflict Resolution Professionals