The ability to recognize gender issues, especially the ability to recognize women’s different perspectives and interests.
A state that is unable to provide reasonable public services, often because of war, corruption, or criminal threats.
Deliberate and usually violent expulsion of people from an area on the basis of their ethnic, communal, or religious identity.
The movement, migration, or scattering of a people away from an established or ancestral homeland.
A suspension of armed conflict agreed to by both sides, . . . often undertaken as part of a larger negotiated settlement.