The Smart Women, Smart Power analytic agenda uses gender as a lens for better understanding international relations and national security challenges – and discern ways through which the national security, foreign policy, and business communities can better advance gender equity in their decision-making structures.



Photo: Vic Josh/AdobeStock

Photo: Vic Josh/AdobeStock

Technology as a Driver of Gender Equality and Peace

As the 67th Commission on the Status of Women meets, the Project on Fragility and Mobility outlines how innovation and technology can be powerful in addressing gender inequalities and should be critical tools within the broader discussion of global fragility.

Commentary by Abigail Edwards Alexis Day and Erol Yayboke — March 8, 2023