Gender, Conflict, and Power Analysis: Ethiopia, Somalia, South Sudan and Sudan

We recently published a report that presents the findings of a Gender, Conflict, and Power Analysis study conducted in Ethiopia, Somalia, South Sudan, and Sudan.

The study describes the backdrop against which interventions on the Women, Peace, and Security agenda operate and seeks to identify opportunities and challenges for engagement.

On a country-by-country basis, it highlights key conflict dynamics and the concerns and priorities of women. Furthermore, the study examines the existing structures for conflict resolution and women’s access and participation and the extent to which they can be utilized for future action.

The analysis draws upon a comprehensive literature review, qualitative key informant interviews (KIIs), and focus group discussions (FGDs) involving key stakeholders in the targeted countries