#Beijing25 ||ROADMAP: women and peace


Shohini Banerjee’s depiction of the inclusion of women in peace processes was the winner of Roadmap, an infographic contest to celebrate 25 years of the Beijing Platform for Action.


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Shohini Banerjee is a Gender and Development Consultant.