How does the right to self-determination of all peoples impact the nature of domination by foreign occupiers and the status of women?
How can the excessive military expenditures be curtailed with respect for international law and protection of women and children?
How can there be an effective entry into force of the “comprehensive nuclear-test-ban treaty” for the use of “utmost restraint” regarding nuclear testing?
How is the recognition of and inclusion of women in the negotiations and work for the “universal” and multilateral efficacy of a nuclear test ban treaty?
How do women perform a leading role – and should perform a leading role – in the work to advance peace and to bring armaments under “international control”?
How are women and children, in particular, affected by the “indiscriminate use of anti-personnel land-mines” in the context of war time and out of it?
Why should the states of the world initiate robust efforts to create a moratorium on anti-personnel land-mines in order to improve the status of women?
How does coordinated common responses post-war help with the reduction in the issues of de-mining and women’s rights circa 1995?
How can work to reduce the number of mines help with the status of women?
How does the work on conventions help with the reduction of casualties and intense suffering associated with land-mines in turn help improve the status of women in the world and in the particular areas affected by land-mines?
How are women and children “particularly affected by the indiscriminate use of anti-personnel land-mines”?
How does reduction in military spending while keeping “legitimate national defense needs” needs in mind help with the status of women?
How can punishment of police, security, and armed forces, and others who violate women’s rights protect women’s rights and women?
How are the excessive military expenditures and control the availability of armaments impacting women’s rights?
Scott Douglas Jacobsen: When considering the restrictions on Muslim men and Muslim women in Egypt, what are the similarities and differences? Anonymous Egyptian Author, Freethinker, and Translator: Surely, there are some difference, in childhood there are more restrictions on playing of girls, most of the families don’t allow the girls to go outside of the…
How does more women in decision-making protect women in the situations of conflict?