National Action Plan


Launched: 2015 Expires: 2018
View Chile's Most Recent NAP
Previous Plans Launched: 2009


  • First NAP in South America; only South American country with second NAP
  • Led by Ministries of Foreign Relations and Defense, as well as National Women’s Service
  • Brought together many government and academic institutions


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Information & Analysis

Government of Chile

Chilenas en operaciones de paz: Conoce el plan “Mujeres, Paz y Seguridad” que las protégé (Chilean Women in Peace Operations—Read about the Plan that Protects Them: “Women, Peace and Security”)

To announce the launch of its second national action plan, the Chilean government described the impact the initial plan had on women’s participation in peacekeeping forces and outlined its commitment to ensuring women’s greater role in peacekeeping operations.

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George Washington University

Women in Peace and Security through United Nations Security Resolution 1325: Literature Review, Content Analysis of National Action Plans, and Implementation

In May 2014, the Institute for Global and International Studies at George Washington University released this detailed review of 40 of the 42 national action plans in existence at the time. The report also assessed the status of goals related to women, peace, and security more broadly.

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A 1325 Call to Action

This statement was delivered September 25, 2010, at a ministerial meeting in preparation for the 10th anniversary of UN Security Council Resolution 1325.

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United Nations

National Implementation of Security Council Resolution 1325 (2000) in Latin America: Key Areas of Concern and Model Plan for Action

Jointly supported by the UN’s Office of the Special Adviser on Gender Issues and Advancement of Women (OSAGI), Department of Economic and Social Affairs (DESA), and Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean (ECLAC), this 2007 report highlights the need to implement UN Security Council Resolution 1325 in Latin America using Colombia, Guatemala, El Salvador, Haiti, and Nicaragua as case studies. The report also includes a “model action plan” with recommendations for implementation.

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