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SwedenUN 🇸🇪 Oct 25
"No woman needs to be 'given a voice'. Everyone has a voice. What is needed is more listening." - 🇸🇪FM at today's Open Debate on Women, Peace & Security.
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Norway MFA Jan 9
✌🏼 that is why Norway launches a new action plan on this Friday. We have a solid team of five ministers at the launch⤵️ Norway will continue to be a on
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La France à l'ONU Oct 25
We can and we must do more in order to increase women's participation in the peace processes. Strong call-to-action by Amb. François Delattre
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Clare Hutchinson 24 Oct 17
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SwedenUN 🇸🇪 Oct 26
The Women Mediators Network, representing more than 100 countries & bringing the experience of women as negotiators, mediators, political decision makers, leaders & experts - met in NY this week to discuss the agenda. Meet two of the participants ↓
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Susanne Baumann Jan 16
Today, the African Women Leaders Network launches its 5th national chapter in the Republic of Congo 🇨🇬. We are proud to support this step towards advancing women’s participation and leadership and implementing !
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Sweden Afghanistan 23 Dec 17
In Mazar, met the brilliant women who participated in Sweden's Dialogue and Mediation training from the provinces Balkh, Jawzjan, Sar-e-Pol, Samangan, Kunduz and Takhar. Discussed challenges and opportunities for peace in the provinces.
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Swedish MFA Jun 21
"Without women’s participation, it will be completely impossible to have a developed and peaceful world." --
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Mona Juul Mar 12
If we want lasting peace, we need to include women Fortunately, mindsets that prevent women from engaging are not static. Women’s mediators networks work tirelessly to include women. And the Nordic Network are stand-by to contribute
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Belgium UN New York Oct 25
Together with its partners 🇸🇪 🇬🇧 🇳🇱 🇵🇱 🇫🇷 🇮🇹 🇩🇪, 🇧🇪 remains committed to the advancement and full implementation of the agenda Stakeout on Women, Peace & Security
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WPS Focal Points Network Oct 22
"It always seems impossible, until it is done." A world of equality, a world that protects women's rights, a world of peace, is possible.
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NorwayUN Apr 11
Today in on in : Norway underlines that strong leadership is fundamental to combat ingrained prejudice and other obstacles to the full participation of women in and processes
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Karen Pierce Mar 28
An important milestone for meaningful participation as we approach the 20th anniversary of UNSCR 1325. Happy to report that in addition to our funding announcement today, the UK is deploying twice as many women peacekeepers than the UN average
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Hilde Klemetsdal Jan 11
5 Ministers now launching Norway’s new action plan on
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Conciliation Resources Nov 20
Around the world, are working to prevent and resolve conflict. Here, we celebrate the diverse roles women play in - from the grassroots to the negotiating table.
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Irina S Nyoni Jun 21
It’s worth repeating, no sustainable peace can be achieved without the inclusion of women and youth, that’s the truth.
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Poland in the UN Oct 25
Amb. at today’s debate on stressed the need to stop perceiving women as victims of war but rather to look at them as leaders for peace and agents of change. 🇵🇱🇺🇳
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Martin Gallagher Jul 10
Why is women, peace & Security an issue for those around the table? Because their destiny is your destiny. It’s an essential part of our work to end conflicts.
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Sweden in Albania Oct 31
Today marks 18 years since the UN Security Council adopted res. 1325 on Now 🇦🇱 starts the crucial work to implement its National Action Plan. How it will be done? Together!
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UK at the UN 🇬🇧 Apr 15
Replying to @munaluqman
"There is no excuse any longer for continuing to exclude women" 🙏 Thank you to for briefing today on the situation in
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