Peace agreements are significantly more likely to have gender provisions when women participate in elite peace processes.
The probability of achieving a peace agreement with gender provisions increases when women’s representation in national parliaments increases.
The likelihood of peace agreements with gender provisions increases when women’s civil society participation increases.
Having a National Action Plan on Women, Peace and Security increases the likelihood of achieving a gender-sensitive peace agreement.
The inclusion of strong gender provisions in peace agreements remains the exception rather than the rule.
Strong gender provisions are overwhelmingly more likely to be present in the major agreements within a peace process: i.e. final/comprehensive agreements or Constitutions.
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