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Evaluating and Reviewing National Action Plans


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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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US Department of State

Overview of 2014 U.S. Implementation of the National Action Plan on Women, Peace, and Security

This is the US State Department's overview of the third year of national action plan (NAP) implementation. The report divides up activities by corresponding NAP pillar and offers a more explicit outline of challenges than the previous report. It also points out that a midterm review will take place in 2015, which will analyze the plan’s implementation since its launch in 2011 and demonstrate the US’ commitment to advancing women, peace, and security in the lead up to the 15th anniversary of UN Security Council Resolution 1325.

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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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Australian Civil Society Coalition on Women, Peace and Security

2014 Second Annual Civil Society Report Card: Australia’s National Action Plan on Women, Peace & Security

In early 2015, the Steering Committee for Australia’s Annual Civil Society Dialogue on Women, Peace and Security released this report card on the country’s implementation of its national action plan during 2014. The report includes analysis of the NAP’s goals, as well as department-specific activities. It offers key recommendations to the government, such as developing deeper partnerships with civil society organizations; appointing a senior-level women, peace, and security focal point in each department; and including qualitative and quantitative data in reporting.

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Saathi

Mid-term Monitoring Report: Nepal 2014

The Nepalese Ministry of Peace and Reconstruction and the 1325 Action Group (led by civil society organization Saathi) produced this monitoring report on Nepal’s National Action Plan for UN Security Council Resolution 1325. Along with outlining Nepal’s progress since the plan’s inception in 2011, the report documents efforts to operationalize the plan in local communities and tracks receipt of donor funds that were earmarked for plan implementation.

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PRIO and OSCE

OSCE Study on National Action Plans on the Implementation of the United Nations Security Council Resolution 1325

This comprehensive report published in October 2014 analyzes the 27 NAPs of OSCE member states. It offers recommendations to member states with existing plans on how to revise them while also encouraging non-NAP member states to develop them.

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Government of Canada

Assessment of Canada’s Action Plan for the Implementation of United Nations Security Council Resolutions on Women, Peace and Security 2010-2016

In mid-2014, the Canadian Department of Foreign Affairs, Trade, and Development (DFATD) contracted with Inclusive Security to conduct an independent mid-term review of Canada’s National Action Plan (CNAP) “Building Peace and Security for All,” which covers the period 2010-2016. The review found that despite impressive successes, Canada can improve the Plan’s implementation and maximize impact in a variety of ways, including strengthening monitoring and evaluation practic; releasing regular, simplified reports that address challenges as well as successes; and consulting more regularly and predictably with civil society.

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The Gulf Today

UAE launches UN Panel Series on Trends in Women, Peace, Security

The United Arab Emirates launched a high-level panel series on the women, peace, and security agenda to contribute to the global study on the past 15 years of implementing UN Security Council Resolution 1325. As Lana Zaki Nusseibeh, UAE Permanent Representative to the UN, put it: “We hope the process will support the Global Study and contribute to the pool of knowledge on this important issue.”

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US Department of State

Overview of 2013 U.S. Implementation of the National Action Plan on Women, Peace, and Security

Regular public reporting is critical to ensuring a government’s accountability to its stated priorities. This is the US State Department's overview of the second year of national action plan implementation. The report breaks down activities by the plan’s five objectives, outlines challenges affecting 2013 implementation (such as lack of resources and staffing), and presents recommendations for 2014 implementation.

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