Policy Brief (English) – The Women, Peace and Security Agenda: Implementation Matters
Germany: (2017-2022) National Action Plan
Germany analysis: Miller, Pournik, Swaine
2020 The Women, Peace and Security Agenda – Implementation Matters 2018 Submission to the Committee on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights, Review of Germany 2018 The Impact of Germany’s Arms Transfers on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights 2017 Women, Peace and Security: A review of Germany’s National Action Plan 1325 – Joint UPR Submission 2017 …
Further updates on German implementation of WPS are provided in its national reporting for Beijing+25/CSW (pgs. 49-53). It includes updates on work on disarmament, specifically small arms and light weapons proliferation (pg.53).
Will continue to push for the political empowerment of women, and provide adequate capacity-building and incentives. continue to deploy female police and military experts, including specialized teams for the prevention and investigation of sexual and gender-based violence.
It is time to move towards more concrete action. What can member states and the United Nations as a whole do? The German Government will shortly present its third implementation report on resolution 1325 to Parliament.
Germany launched its second UNSCR1325 National Action Plan (NAP) for the period of 2017-2020, updating the provisions of the first NAP (2013-2016).
Germany launched its third UNSCR1325 National Action Plan (NAP) for the period 2021-2024, building on the previous NAPs that were implemented for the periods 2017-2020 and 2013-2016.