National Action Plan

United Kingdom


Launched: 2014 Expires: 2017
View United Kingdom's Most Recent NAP
Previous Plans Launched: 2010-2013 2006

Highlights

  • Key actors: Department for International Development, Foreign and Commonwealth Office, Ministry of Defense, and UK Stabilization Unit
  • Civil society consulted during development and included in annual review consultations
  • References intention to allocate budget for monitoring and evaluation in NAP’s final version (expected by end of 2014).
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Information & Analysis


UK Foreign and Commonwealth Office

UK National Action Plan on Women, Peace and Security 2014-17: Report to Parliament

This report, released in December 2015, outlines the UK Government's work promoting the women, peace, and security agenda in the year since the third national action plan launched. It also presents detailed activities from 2015 for each pillar, and assesses progress made in each of the action plan’s six focus countries: Afghanistan, Burma, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Libya, Somalia, and Syria.

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UK Foreign and Commonwealth Office

UK National Action Plan on Women, Peace and Security 2014-2017: Country-Level Implementation Plan

The UK launched their third national action plan in June 2014, followed by this implementation plan in December. It represents the UK's first implementation plan on their work on women, peace, and security, and establishes baseline data and target indicators for gauging progress toward outcomes in six focus countries: Afghanistan, Burma, Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC), Libya, Somalia, and Syria.

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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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Womenkind

Moving Forward: Recommendations for the UK National Action Plan on Women, Peace and Security

Womenkind Worldwide, the UK’s leading women’s rights organization, published this report in February 2014 in anticipation of the UK’s third revision of its national action plan in June 2014. It recommends ways to further integrate UN Security Council Resolution 1325 into policy and programming and keep momentum on women, peace, and security issues.

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European Peacebuilding Liaison Office

UNSCR 1325 in Europe: 20 Case Studies of Implementation

In 2013, the European Peacebuilding Liaison Office, a network of European nongovernmental organizations and think tanks dedicated to peacebuilding, produced this report highlighting civil society’s involvement in advancing and implementing UN Security Council Resolution 1325 across Europe.

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Foreign & Commonwealth Office

UK National Action Plan on Women, Peace & Security—Final Annual Review October 2013

This is the final annual review of the UK’s revised national action plan for 2010-2013.

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UK National Action Plan on Women, Peace and Security—A Year On: Shadow Report of the First Annual Review

This report on the UK’s first annual review of its revised national action plan for 2010-2013 was jointly produced in 2011 by the Associate Parliamentary Group on Women, Peace and Security and Gender Action for Peace and Security.

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The Participation Challenge: Narrative Report of the Third Civil Society Focus Group on the UK National Action Plan on Women, Peace and Security

The third and final focus group facilitated by Gender Action for Peace and Security as part of the national action plan’s 2011 annual review process. This group focused on bilateral action plans.

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The Participation Challenge: Narrative Report of the Second Civil Society Focus Group on the UK National Action Plan on Women, Peace and Security

The second focus groups in a series facilitated by Gender Action for Peace and Security as part of the national action plan’s 2011 annual review process. This group discussed sexual violence in conflict.

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