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Inclusive Security

State of Affairs in Women, Peace and Security

On February 16-17, 2015, the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs, along with the 1325 Dutch NAP Partnership group, hosted a conference titled “Women: Powerful Agents for Peace and Security." Inclusive Security's Angelic Young was asked to contribute to this conference paper, compiled in preparation for the event and presenting the state of affairs of various critical elements of the women, peace, and security agenda.

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Comunicando en Igualdad

Avances en la implementación de la resolución 1325 en Paraguay

This article summarizes an October 2013 internal coordination meeting held between María Gloria Báez, Director of International Relations within Paraguay's Ministry for Women, and two vice-ministers on next steps related to an ongoing UN Security Council Resolution 1325 implementation project. Among other key outcomes, the project ed to the formation of an inter-agency team which had signed off on a UNSCR 1325 national action plan a few months prior.

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The Finnish 1325 Network

Norden in Afghanistan: The Implementation of UNSCR 1325 in Nordic Engagement in Afghanistan

In 2011, the Finnish 1325 Network released this report on how Nordic countries have integrated UN Security Council Resolution 1325 into their policies related to Afghanistan.

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International Alert

Implementing Resolution 1325 in Liberia: Reflections of Women’s Associations

In December 2010, International Alert’s Initiative for Peacebuilding published a case study documenting local perspectives on challenges to implementing UN Security Council Resolution 1325. Major themes include the relationship between government and civil society and a lack of political buy-in.

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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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NGO Working Group on Women, Peace, and Security

Local to Global: Making Peace Work for Women

A “call to action”—published in 2005, before any NAPs had been launched—that advocates for national strategies as tools for implementing UNSCR 1325. It shows how the roles and views of key stakeholders (e.g., UN member states, civil society representatives, local activists, and diplomats) interact throughout the implementation process.

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