”Just add women and stir?” En diskursanalys av kvinnligt deltagande och aktörskap i resolution 2122 och Nigerias nationella handlingsplan för implementering av kvinnor, fred och säkerhet

Detta är en Kandidat-uppsats från Lunds universitet/Statsvetenskapliga institutionen

Sammanfattning: Based on the extensive criticism surrounding the victimization of women in the women, peace and security agenda discourse, this essay seeks to analyze the discourse after the adaption of resolution 2122, a widely recognized step in the direction to focus more on women’s participation. The aim of the study is thus to analyze the discourse around women’s participation and agency on a global and national level and thereby analyze if the discourse prescribes opportunities or limits for women’s agency and participation. This is done through a reading of resolution 2122 and Nigeria’s national action plan for the implementation of resolution 1325 and related resolutions. The method used for the study is a feminist critical discourse analysis. Norm diffusion theory is used as a theoretical baseline to be able to conclude difference and similarities between the two levels of analysis. The operational part of the theory is constituted by theories about what constitutes women’s agency as well as different approaches to the understanding of participation. The essay concludes that the discourse on the global level and national level prescribes limits, more than it enables agency for women.

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