Peace is Loud is thrilled to welcome new speaker Priya Shah, a creative artist, entrepreuneur and the Founder of non-profit organization The Simple Good. Learn more about what has shaped Priya’s work bringing together art & activism, the authors she considers “required reading” for activism, and what inspires her to keep going.
Learn more about Peace is Loud’s newest project, Mina’s List. Together, we’re leveling the playing field for women political leaders.
Born in Iran and a refugee in the UK by the age of 11, Sanam Naraghi-Anderlini has been a leading international advocate and peace strategist for 20 years. Read her interview with Ms. Magazine.
Now, it’s time to reclaim Mother’s Day and return it to its roots of peace activism, Jamie Dobie and Tanya Henderson write.
Author: Institute for Inclusive Security |
This brief provides a comprehensive overview of the existing data evidencing the importance of women’s inclusion.
Author: Claire Devlin & Robert Elgie |
This article examines the case of Rwanda, which now has the highest level of women’s representation in parliament in the world at 64 percent.
Author: The National Democratic Institute |
This guide explains the importance of women’s political participation and provides strategies on how to increase their representation as voters, political leaders, and elected officials.
Author: Anne Marie Goetz |
The report examines how women are strengthening their capacity to identify accountability gaps, as well as how such improvements enhance women’s access to politics, public services, economic opportunities, justice, and international assistance.
Author: Frances Rosenbluth, Joshua Kalla, & Dawn Teele |
This report reflects survey results from 84 countries around the world designed to understand the obstacles women face in launching and sustaining successful political careers.
Author: Center for the American Woman and Politics, Rutgers |
This summary provides an overview of the research findings reported in the series The Impact of Women in Public Office.