How can vocational or professional training programmes for women help with the development of stability for those with refugee status?
How can human rights be ensured and protected for refugee and displaced women around the world for their equality?
What are some of the important elements of self-reliance capacities for refugee women and in terms of leadership and decision-making?
How can international norms applied across the board ensure the equal access and equal treatment of women and men in refugee contexts?
What can be some important supportive efforts for the development of criteria and guidelines to target women’s rights in particular?
How can there be the facilitation of making educational materials/resources available for some of those in highly vulnerable situations?
What are the conditions under which the international community and international organizations can provide resources for women in need?
How can there be measures for finding a lasting solution to some of the issues facing internally displaced women now and into the future?
How can governments and intergovernmental organizations work together for the protection of the safety and physical integrity of refugee women?
Why is protection of women and children displaced internally requisite for preventing further issues for them while looking to root causes?
How are protection, assistance, and training of displaced women important for the international protection of women?
How can the dissemination of research on armed conflict provide a better reality into the facts of war and the impacts on the livelihoods of women?
How can the promotion of peaceful conflict resolution and peace and the furtherance of peace research help with arms reductions and women’s rights?
How can a focus or emphasis on gender-sensitive concerns help with the training of personnel in human rights and international law?
How can the discouragement of international responses to the concerns of the world in a unilateral way help with the improvement of women’s rights?
How does the upholding of international law remain an important and extremely relevant to the prevention of acts of violence?