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UN Women Apr 18
In Namibia, youth activists from around the world debated challenges & solutions to ensure young women’s meaningful participation in peacebuilding.
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UN Women Apr 11
Executive Director is visiting Namibia 🇳🇦 this week to attend the Women, Peace and Security Focal Points Network meeting.
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UN Women Apr 11
ED is in Namibia to discuss the women, peace and security agenda. At this Youth Lab, one thing is clear: hashtags and social movements can take momentum when we join together, both online and in-person.
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Phumzile Mlambo Apr 11
Youth play an important role as peacebuilders. Their experiences must not be silenced, but amplified. Here in Namibia, the Youth Labs offer innovative solutions for the women, peace and security agenda.
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UN Women South Africa Apr 11
Day 2 of meeting starts with panel on disarmament in the agenda. says we are facing a real crisis in arms control and women’s representation in key discussions is critically low.
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NL Women's Rights 🇳🇱 Apr 10
In 2000 under Namibian presidency the came to birth. Today, we meet in with the to discuss the national action plans in the different member states and to look ahead to 2020 !
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Canada Mission UN Apr 11
At the Meeting in , 🇨🇦 was represented by Parliamentary Secretary Goldsmith-Jones and reinforced our collective commitment to making peace operations more reflective of the communities they serve through the meaningful inclusion of women.
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UN Women South Africa Apr 10
Youth Peace Lab underway meeting. Participants will create solutions to increasing youth and women’s participation in Peace making and Peace building.
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Human Rights at FCO Apr 11
The inclusion of women in is a key strategic outcome of the UK National Action Plan on . is contributing £1m to the Fund to support T/PCCs to achieve this.
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WPS Focal Points Network Apr 10
And we are off! Full house at the start of the third capital-level meeting of the in Namibia.
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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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Canada Mission UN Apr 11
🇨🇦 is very pleased with the work accomplished in these 2 days of meetings and looks forward to co-chairing the network with next year, on the 20th anniversary of UNSCR1325.
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Laura J. Shepherd Mar 25
Call for Papers: Gender Studies conference in Helsinki, 24-26 October. Very happy to be co-convening a workshop with and , come and interrogate violence in the WPS agenda with us.
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Phumzile Mlambo Mar 14
Thank you for the joint events in New York and Brussels this week in the context of . Women’s full participation is critical in brokering peace for Yemen and Syria.
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WPS Focal Points Network Apr 11
Working lunch panel on Visioning and beyond. Speakers: , Charlotte Lobe , Marcos Martinez , , Justine Kielem-Coulidiati-G5 Sahel Women's Platform.
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Isis-WICCE Mar 15
Invest in relevant grassroots women’s peacebuilding efforts e.g our setting up of early warning and response mechanisms in EastAfrica which are relevant to commitments and can link to regional efforts- to governments, the UN and international community
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Polis180 Apr 10
We’ve received 99 applications for our workshops in & ✨and want to thank all for their interest in ! In May we will organise the 1st -ws with 18 participants from 🇩🇪, 🇬🇪& 🇺🇦. Thank you for making this project possible.
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Mara Marinaki Apr 10
Happy to attend in inspiring speech by Hon. Netumbo Nandi-Ndaitwah the “Grandmama” of as is chairing 3rd annual mtg of Global Network of - taking over excellent leadership by in 2018
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GNWP Mar 15
"To be a woman at a negotiation table is not easy. If we want more women at the table, we need to invest in women in politics." - at .
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GAPS: NoWomenNoPeace Apr 10
Coherent data collection, reporting and funding are essential to ensure that states working on are doing so transparently and can be held accountable by !
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