Drawing on case studies from Colombia and Nigeria, this report explores the barriers to, and benefits of, meaningful participation of gender and sexual minorities in peace processes. It looks at how their participation can be supported, and what their experiences tell us about inclusion in peace processes more broadly.
Inclusion of gender and sexual minorities in peacebuilding
This report is funded by UK aid from the UK Department for International Development through the Peace Research Partnership. This three-year research programme generates evidence and lessons for policymakers and practitioners on how to support peaceful, inclusive change in conflict-affected areas. The research focuses on economic development, peace processes, institutions and gender drivers of conflict. Find out more.