Launched on February 27, 2007 at the United Nations' 51st Commission on the Status of Women meeting, iKNOW Politics is now celebrating its 7th anniversary at the 58th CSW in 2014!
Gloria Scott, President of the Liberian Constitutional Review Committee on women in constitution-building processes
Gloria Scott shares her experiences on how women have been included in the Constitution building process in Liberia. October 2013, Den Hague, Interview conducted by Lotte Geunis, www.agora-parl.org
As violence and warfare continue in Syria, Syrian women are paying a heavy price. It's time their voices are heard. (UNWOMEN)
A compilation of interviews to women on the question of "What does politics mean to you?"
UNDP administrator on putting in the hard yards, her upbringing, and the value of soft power on leadership. More With Helen Clark: http://youtu.be/DjpP7XsrFJQ
Former US Secretary of State Madeleine Albright talks bluntly about politics and diplomacy, making the case that women's issues deserve a place at the center of foreign policy. Far from being a "soft...
Jointly developed by the Australian Government's Australian Civil-Military Centre and UN Women, "Side by Side -- Women, Peace and Security" explores how the international community has and can meet...
In 2011 the National Democracy Institute (NDI) released Democracy and the Challenge of Change: A Guide to Increasing Women's Political Participation, a guide for democracy practitioners to help them...