The third edition of the Women and Public Policy Journal includes 12 articles by Afghan women on the timely topic of ‘Afghanistan’s Peace Process: Evaluation, Impact and Gaps.’This year’s journal offers in-depth analyses with essays evaluating key pillars of peace processes, with a specific focus on the Afghan peace and reconciliation process, and case studies that draw lessons for Afghanistan from processes that have unfolded in other contexts. As such, this year’s journal authors provide a clear illustration of the evolution, impact and gaps in the Afghan peace process and offer recommendations for the Afghan government and relevant stakeholders on ways to address existing challenges and improve the chances for a successful peace process. All articles have been peer-reviewed by experts, Ms. Homayra Ludin Etemadi and Dr. Roger Kangas.