WILPF Australia was instrumental throughout all stages of Australia’s National Action Plan development by lobbying and informing the process. In 2004 WILPF Australia received funding from the Australian Government Office for Women to develop a website promoting UN Security Council Resolution 1325 and produce a discussion paper outlining recommendations for the national implementation of UNSCR …
Financial commitments: Pledges AUD 1.2 million to the Myanmar-Australia Peace Support programme.
Committing an additional AUD 4 million over three years to the Global Acceleration Instrument on Women, Peace and Security and Humanitarian Action bringing total contribution to AUD5.5 million.
Implementing Australia’s national action plan on 1325
The Australian government launched its first NAP on International Women’s Day in 2012, for the period starting in 2012–2018. The development of the NAP was led by the Australian Government Office for Women, which was tasked with convening the Women, Peace and Security Inter-Departmental Working Group.