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April 26, 2022
Blue on Blue – Investigating Sexual Abuse of Peacekeepers
SecurityWomen welcomes new research published by the InternationalPeace Institute (IPI) looking into the sexual abuse of peacekeepers by those with whom they work along side. It is important to set an international standard of safety and security for serving peacekeepers that will encourage more women to take up careers in these roles.International Peace Institute (IPI)
March 31, 2022
Saudi Arabia allows women to join Border Guards
Women in Saudi Arabia are to be allowed to join the country’s Border Guards as part of the Interior Ministry’s plan to increase the number of women in government and private sector roles.The National News
March 26, 2022
Removing Barriers for Women in Law Enforcement in Canada
Superintendent Kara Triance is the first female Officer in Charge at the Kelowna Royal Canadian Mounted Police Detachment. SecurityWomen supports women like Kara and the work they do for gender diversity.
March 24, 2022
Two Women’s Experience of UK Policing
Sisters Torie Harrison and Georgie Watts both serve as police officers in Northamptonshire. SecurityWomen hopes that female role models like these sisters will encourage more women and girls to make a career in policing.
March 21, 2022
Conflict in Ukraine
The EU and North American Civil Society Women’s Alliance Caucus Statement on Ukraine: At a time when the world is facing manifold challenges including rapid climate change, health pandemics, conflict, violence against women and girls, is it not time for humanity to shake off the lethargy that prevents substantive positive change and declare it is time to stop?