THE GREAT REMEDY: PROMOTING PEACE THROUGH A FEMINIZED-LANGUAGE OF RESOLUTION
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Peace-building, Gender, Conflict Resolution, Women
Our world is a planet full of with human tragedies. Numerous kinds of wars, conflicts and violence were experienced as it is still hurtfully practiced in many geographies. People long for peace more and more every other year. Even though peace is a antonym of war, war itself reminds us “man”, not woman since women are less inclined to violence than men. Thus, we admit to explore as the main aim of this study that one of the most crucial remedies to promote more peace during pre-or post-crisis and conflict processes could be achieved through a feminized language in the relief and peaceful resolutions of various international contentions and discords. The main reason behind this claim is our view that women’s participation helps ensure that peace is more sustainable. However far too often, women are still excluded, which poses a threat to peace and security and sustainable development in several parts of the world.