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GAPS: NoWomenNoPeace
Gender Action for Peace & Security promotes, facilitates, monitors in UK policy & practice. You can’t build peace leaving half the people out.
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WILPF/PeaceWomen Apr 18
Yemeni women demand equal representation in peace process via
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Intl Peace Institute Apr 17
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David Watson Apr 16
Great to be joined by so many partners who share passion on breaking down barriers for women & girls inc
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Irma van Dueren Apr 15
Very powerful statement of of in on the suffering of the people and the way women shoud be included in the formal peace process
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GAPS: NoWomenNoPeace Apr 16
Work with GAPS member as their Engagement & Partnerships Coordinator! Closing tomorrow!
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WRAPA Nigeria Apr 16
WRAPA & Gender Action for Peace and Security UK , in collaboration with the British High Commission in Nigeria is hosting a consultation workshop with Nigerian Civil Society groups and experts on women, peace & security in Nigeria.
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ABColombia Apr 15
Thanks for sharing . women civil society organisations achieved that gender-based agreements were included in the Peace Accord with the FARC. The agreements benefiting women must now be implemented. Read the recommendations in our report.
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Annik Lussier Rez Apr 11
⁩ on disarmament and during ⁦⁩ meeting in Namibia: Arms control and WPS are not either or. Need to go beyond discussing WPS and small arms and light weapons - also need to raise WPS as relates to nuclear, new weapons, etc
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Isis-WICCE Apr 10
Despite assent by the DRC to UNSCR 1325 & 2250 highlighting the important role of women in promoting peace and security, there still are insufficient attempts to promote women’s meaningful participation in peace processes & post conflict recovery to amplify their voices
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Anne-Floor Dekker Apr 10
How to improve the effectiveness of National Action Plans on Women, Peace & Security? Member States and CSO’s from all over the world share lessons identified and good practices.
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Joanna Roper Apr 10
The 3rd meeting of the Focal Points meeting opens in Windhoek, as Namibia takes over as Chair of the network. remains a priority for the U.K. as we look ahead to 20th anniversary of UNSCR1325 next year.
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Hannah Bond Apr 11
So happy to present findings from our women's participation mini working grp mtg, particularly our Tool And delighted do so with friends from & many more
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Rosy Cave Apr 11
Thanks to and member organisations for conducting the consultations on Lots of interest in initial findings shared by
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Annik Lussier Rez Apr 10
Namibia’s Deputy Prime Minister on her country’s new National Action Plan on speaks during ⁦⁩ meeting in Windhoek: You track and invest in what you value - noting new NAP’s focus on monitoring and evaluation ⁦
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Hannah Bond Apr 11
Head of Gender Team outlining our consultations funded by and prioritises for . Agreement mtg is that progress on implementation of is essential
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WPS Focal Points Network Apr 11
Now closing: the network meeting in wrapping up its 2 days of work and looking forward on implementation
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GAPS: NoWomenNoPeace Apr 11
Replying to @AnneFloorDekker
Yes! As GAPS we consistently advocate for all five of the above recommendations.
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Hannah Bond Apr 11
Sitting with listening to the best presentation mtg on young women in processes and solutions for meaningful participation. Fantastic. Amazing young women presenting. Totally inspiring.
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Womankind Worldwide Apr 10
The risks can be high for women human rights defenders. Now at we’re hearing about the reality for in Thailand
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WO=MEN Apr 10
Ms : ‘We need to harmonize indicators of our NAPs 1325, so Member States and Civil Society can better collect and compare data on the implementation of . Also we need strong M&E mechanisms & be sure who is responsible for reporting.’
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