The international system emerging after the second world war designed a multi-pillar cooperation system, based on a well-defined legal framework with different sets of norms and different implementing actors. Throughout the decades, new trends and practices emerged, bringing new entities to the scenario and pushing many traditional actors far beyond their original mandate, at times producing mandate overlaps.
In an increasingly complex scenario, principles are playing a crucial function: as a genuine expression of the persisting difference of the inner nature and identities of the stakeholders, they represent a fundamental element of all relations and dynamics.
The international agenda on Women Peace and Security represents a precious tool for a better understanding of how the international system today works from this perspective. Attend our webinar on “Peace Work: New Trends, Enduring Principles, and a Gender Perspective” by Luisa Del Turco on Thursday, November 29 at 12:00 PM ET and join the conversation.
Luisa Del Turco is an International Cooperation Advisor as a Gender, Peace, and Security Policies Expert. She works for Academies, NGOs, public entities, and International Agencies in the fields of research, advocacy, and training for peace and humanitarian workers, about conflict management/transformation and gender approach. Qualified Advisor to the Armed Forces in International Humanitarian Law. Director of Civilian Defense Research Centre (CSDC). Member of Ministry of Foreign Affairs’ roster of experts on “Women, Peace and Security” since its establishment.
Please note that registration will close on November 27 at 12:00 PM ET.