SWVPSudanese Women's Voice for Peace (est. 1994; Nairobi, Kenya)
SWVPSolid Waste Volume Projection
SWVPScattered Wave Variational Principle
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The women of color involved with WILPF, the members of the Sudanese Women's Voice for Peace (SWVP), and Madelaine, the Beneath Paradise representative, all felt that their concerns had been marginalized in some way.
The Sudanese Women's Voice for Peace (SWVP) was in a difficult position because their very presence at the conferences as a southern Sudanese group distinct from the northern Sudanese women was a source of tension.
They disrupted regional workshops and forums where SWVP spoke making the deeply rooted conflict visible to other NGOs.
Once Geraldine, Madelaine and the members of SWVP had unmasked their differences, the women began to talk at a deeper level where underlying problems in their relationships could be identified.
SWVP developed three different frames that they employed in different contexts at the conferences.
The third SWVP frame, 'conflict resolution,' resonated with diverse representatives at the conferences.
By employing different frames that both informed and engaged representatives involved in the conference peace activities, Madelaine, Geraldine, and the SWVP found areas of common ground.