The 10 year anniversary has brought new momentum to this Council’s work on Women, Peace and Security. The challenge now is to translate that into concrete action on the ground.
2019 The UK’s Implementation of the UN Security Council Resolution 1325 – CEDAW 2019 The Impact of the UK’s Arms Transfers and Military Spending on Women’s Rights – CEDAW 2017 Assessing UK Government Action on Women, Peace and Security in 2017 2017 Security Council Scorecard on Women, Peace and Security: Lessons Learned from 2010-2016 2017 …
In conjunction with the 23 April 2019 Security Council Open Debate on Sexual Violence in Conflict, Germany, the United Kingdom, and UN Women co-hosted an event calling for commitments to the WPS Agenda in advance of the 2020 20th Anniversary of UN SCR 1325. Financial commitments: The United Kingdom commits to promote women’s meaningful participation …
The United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland (UK) has been both directly and indirectly involved in several international conflicts over the last century.
UNSCR1325 National Action Plan of the United Kingdom: 2018-2022
Promote the active participation of women in such peacebuilding discussions through political and/or financial support. Provide support, including lobbying, at the highest levels, to ensure that women’s voices are represented in wider peace processes, negotiations and State-building.
The United Kingdom launched its fourth National Action Plan(NAP) in January 2018 for a period of five years (2018-2022). WILPF’s section in the UK, a member of the Gender Action for Peace and Security Network (GAPS), along with other civil society organisations, participated in the creation of the NAP.
UK NAP unitedkingdom_nationalactionplan_march2006