Building Peace between India and Pakistan: Opportunities and Challenges
(Vol 4, No 2, 2012)
» Editorial
Manjri Sewak & Seema Kakran  
» Processing Peace: To Speak in a Different Voice
Meenakshi Gopinath  
» Peace brew-ha-ha all over again? India and the peace process
Rizwan Zeb  
» The Road to Reconciliation with Pakistan: Sifting Causes from Consequences
B. G. Verghese  
» Kashmir: the Prisoner's Dilemma for India and Pakistan
Saeed Ahmed Rid  
» Indo-Pak Water Disputes: Time for Fresh Approaches
Manish Vaid & Tridivesh Singh Maini  
» Exchange for Change:A Study of Micro-level Conflict Resolution Initiatives between Pakistani and Indian School Students
Anam Zakaria  
» Political Dominance or Economic Gains: A Case Study of India-Pakistan Trade and Perceptions of the People of Pakistan
Afsheen Naz  
» Border Dialogues
Bani Gill  
» Trust-Building in International Relations
Nicholas J. Wheeler  
» First Steps & Giant Leaps
Anisha Kinra and Seema Sridhar  
» Violence, Theory and the Subject of International Politics: A Derridian Analysis of the Partition of India
Saloni Kapur  
» Book Review
Pakistan's Stability Paradox: Domestic, Regional And International Dimensions
Reviewed by: Ajit Kumar Jha  
About the Editor(s)
Manjrika Sewak is Senior Consultant-Conflict Transformation Program at WISCOMP


Seema Kakran is Assistant Director at WISCOMP


WISCOMP has been a pioneer in initiating the discourse on women, peace, and security in South Asia. It was at the forefront of engaging with these issues, well before they found articulation in the UN Security Council Resolution 1325 in October 2000. WISCOMP’s work has converged with later international articulations on the role of women in building peace and security. Its pioneering efforts have yielded a robust network across borders and boundaries that highlight the leadership of women in the areas of peace and security—a space that was hitherto not fully encouraging of the participation of women.

WISCOMP draws on innovative and experiential pedagogies that synergize research, training, and practice. These are used to build linkages between individuals who work in the fields of education, gender studies, peacebuilding, public policy, law, and the creative arts. Its practice builds on a body of research that covers over 200 scholarly publications, reflecting cutting-edge ideas from the areas of international relations, displacement, climate change, and their impact on gender.

It is an initiative of the Foundation for Universal Responsibility, which was established with funds from the Nobel Peace Prize awarded to His Holiness The Dalai Lama in 1989. WISCOMP has drawn into its fold several vibrant regional networks that strive to translate the normative imperatives of UN global compacts such as the SDGs (Sustainable Development Goals), CEDAW (Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination Against Women), and UN resolutions that impact on women’s roles in building peace, promoting justice, restoring rights, and fostering empathy.

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