Gender in the context of democracy, war and peace

Join us for the Adam Institute’s Latest Online Course: Gender in the Context of Democracy, War and Peace

The course will be taught over Six Meetings on Mondays:
August 15th, 22nd, 29th
September 6th, 12th, 19th
18:00-20:00 (GMT+2)

Secure your spot TODAY via this registration link

It’s a stunning paradox.

While women suffer tremendously from the effects of war, they’re rarely found at the decision-making table during times of violence—or times of peace. This is true even in democratic societies.

In each session, we’ll explore:

  • Which democratic model best enables equal participation for women?
  • Is gender an identity or a culture?
  • How should we define the term “war”?
  • Should women be part of the military and acts of war?
  • Women’s role in international institutions dealing with war and peace

The course will be taught using “Betzavta- Adam Institute’s facilitation method<>”, which encourages participants to reframe external conflicts as internal dilemmas. “Betzavta” incentivizes participants to look beyond all-or-nothing options to generate solutions that benefit everyone. This course will be taught by Dr. Uki Maroshek-Klarman<>, AI’s Executive Director and creator of “Betzavta”.

Give yourself this opportunity to study an engaging topic with others from around the globe. Previous online courses have drawn participants from 20 countries.

Course fees
150€ – Reduced fee | 250€ – Regular fee | 350€ – Solidarity fee
Pricing scale is intended to make this affordable for all. Larger fees enable participants to register who cannot cover the full course fee. Thank you for your generosity.
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Payment details will be sent upon registration

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