Over the past decades, we have seen growing policy attention in Southeast Asia for the promotion and protection of women’s safety and security at both the national and regional levels. However, there are increasing threats posed by conflicts and the rise of violent extremism special interest has been for enhancing women’s engagement in solving the peace and security-related problems. Bearing these issues in mind, the Centre for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) Jakarta-based think tank and SEA Junction are co-organizing a panel discussion on 11 September 2019 at 6.30PM at SEA Junction with the support of Canada Mission to ASEAN and Partners Asia.


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