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Financing for the Implementation of National Action Plans on UN Security Council Resolution 1325

Cordaid and the Global Network of Women Peacebuilders released this report in October 2014 as a follow-up to their previous joint publication, “Costing and Financing 1325,” from 2011. It’s structured around seven findings of a financing survey of the 42 countries with NAPs as of July 2013. It also features in-depth case studies from Burundi, Chile, Nepal, the Netherlands, the Philippines, and Sierra Leone.

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Inclusive Security

Congress Takes Action for Women in Afghanistan, Pakistan, and Syria

The US Senate has taken steps to boost women's inclusion in conflict-affected regions. Read more about the appropriations bill authorizing funding for women, peace, and security priorities in Afghanistan, Pakistan, and Syria.

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Inclusive Security

Inclusive Security to US Congress: Women’s Inclusion Key to Combatting Violence Against Women

In this video, Inclusive Security's Director Jacqueline O'Neill testifies before the US Senate regarding the global epidemic of violence against women.

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VIDEO: Inclusive Security Director Jacqueline O’Neill Testifies to the Canadian Senate

A Canadian Senate committee met to examine progress and commitments related to UN Security Council Resolution 1325. O'Neill testified about the implementation of national action plans on women, peace, and security.

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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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Cordaid and the International Civil Society Action Network / GNWP

Costing and Financing 1325

Most existing NAPs lack robust funding mechanisms and dedicated budgets for implementation. This report outlines the importance of earmarked funding for NAP activities and how these resources can be used to further women, peace, and security goals more broadly. It’s written for anyone involved in the funding aspects of NAP creation, implementation, and monitoring, including governments, civil society, UN member states, and private sector donors.

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