All United Nations entities must act to uphold the Women Peace and Security Agenda. Whether through commitments to gender equality and women’s rights, peace and security, sustainable development, or otherwise, this commitment has wide-ranging implications.
WILPF's Engagement and Monitoring
WILPF's Women, Peace and Security Programme amplifies the voices of grassroots women in conflict-affected countries, and engages in advocacy and monitoring of the Women, Peace and Security Agenda in key UN entities.
We actively engage with the work of the Commission on the Status of Women (CSW), General Assembly, Post-2015 Sustainable Development processes, Disarmament and Arms Trade Treaty, CEDAW, and the Human Rights Council. We also monitor other UN entities on Women, Peace and Security issues.
Find more information about advocacy and monitoring around Women, Peace and Security issues around different UN bodies below.