Mexico adopted its first 1325 National Action Plan in 2021. The development of the NAP was spearheaded by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the Ministry of National Defense, the Ministry of the Navy, the Ministry of Security and Citizen Protection, and the National Institute for Women.

The NAP is structured along four pillars: 1) Prevention; 2) Participation; 3) Protection; and 4) Relief and Recovery.

The NAP was announced within the context of the Feminist Foreign Policy of Mexico, and was developed with the support of UN Women Mexico.



Global Gender Gap Index 2020

25 / 153

Arms Trade Treaty Ratified


Military expenditure (2019)

$6.536 billion USD

Plan Nacional de Acción (2021)

Versión en Español.

National Action Plan (2021)

English Version.
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