In the backdrop of the many landmark anniversaries that mark our collective effort towards peace and gender equality, WILPF will be publishing a new report on the state of implementation of the women, peace and security agenda after 20 years.
This report is based on global research, interviews, and consultations with WILPF members, partners, and WPS practitioners. The consultations have provided insight into what WPS implementation looks like on the ground for activists and peacebuilders, who were essential to the adoption of the UNSCR 1325 and who tirelessly work towards its implementation. It will assess the major progress and gaps in WPS implementation thus far, and take stock of the major barriers to true achievement of the agenda.
Stay tuned for the release of the report next month. We will also be hosting a virtual launch event in mid-October. The event will feature women peace activists who have worked towards the implementation of UNSCR 1325 in their own national and local contexts.