Women in International Security - Canada is pleased to provide a broad range of resources on the topic of women in security. By defining international security broadly, WIIS-Canada is able to incorporate an inclusive range of disciplines while promoting multidisciplinary research. This approach allows WIIS-Canada to provide innovative and cutting-edge reports that encourage engagement and debate on contemporary international security issues.
The Publications and Resources tab provides information on topics such as the United Nations Security Council Resolution 1325, Gender-Based Violence, and International Day of the Girl.
WIIS-Canada is also pleased to announce the development of the WIIS-Canada Policy Series. WIIS-Canada welcomes manuscripts that are 2,000 words in length or less for its policy series. We would like to publish policy-relevant pieces on international security, foreign policy, defence policy, development, diplomacy, international law, international cooperation or the role of gender in security and defence. For submissions, please include a title, brief summary (100 words), biography (150 words) and the full manuscript in a word document. If using references, please use Chicago Style. Submissions can be sent to email@example.com