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War and Peace – A Woman’s Perspective
Tiffaney Bishop
AustraliaGALLERYCONVERSATION
“Resolution (S/RES/1325) is the first resolution ever passed by the Security Council that specifically addresses the impact of...”
My lived reality is that I am geographically, but not psychologically, distanced from war. As a mother in the 21st century I worry about the surge of aggression and indiscriminate killings.
I feel that my artistic efforts fall very much within the category of an informal peace effort; nevertheless I believe that it is an important part of a greater process toward global peace and security, and I am excited by the prospect of contributing to such a worthy process in the future.
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