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Lucy Nusseibeh

Lucy Nusseibeh

Lucy Nusseibeh is the founder and executive chair of MEND (Middle East Nonviolence and Democracy), chair of the Nonviolent Peaceforce (Geneva), and global strategy group member of GPPAC. Formerly director of the Institute of Modern Media at Al-Quds University, and from 2004-5 a senior research fellow at the Women and Public Policy Program in the Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University.

Articles

Women, Peace and Security
1325 Still Promising?
To make the most of the potential of 1325, we need to ensure that enough women with a good understanding of gender and from a wide range of backgrounds are at the table and to challenge traditional gender norms, address traditional patriarchal mindsets, and shift traditional structural power imbalances.
Women and Power in the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict
As we assert our power and move away from the stereotypical mindsets of the conflict, we can also help to transform the entire conflict.
Introductions
Women and Power
Why Human Security Is Relevant to the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict
Reframing “security” as “human security” can clear the path for a genuine search for peace.

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