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Our Women, Peace and Security hub has thousands of resources, tools, and initiatives from the local to global all around the world. PeaceWomen is committed to amplifying and sharing peacemakers’ voices through our online resource hub. Sharing knowledge and wisdom increases understanding and the possibility of coherence in Women, Peace and Security strategy and implementation.
WILPF 1325 Literature Repository
The Civil Society Advisory Group published several key papers:
Recommendations from the Civil Society Advisory Group on Women, Peace and Security on Events and Action to Commemorate the 10th Anniversary of SCR 1325 (NGO)
Working Paper on Civil Society Participation in Peacemaking and Peacebuilding (NGO)
1. 1325 NEWS FOR PEACEWOMEN
Courage Under Fire
November 27, 2002 – (The Guardian) For almost a year Caoimhe Butterly has been standing in the way of Israeli tanks and troops in Jenin. Last Friday, she was shot by a soldier - but she still won't leave. For the full story in The Guardian, go to: http://www.guardian.co.uk/g2/story/0,3604,848369,00.html
“We realize the importance of our voices only when we are silenced”
-- MalalaYousafza, the youngest recipient of the Nobel Peace Prize.
Voices from WILPF - Nepal Section
South Asia SASRO ‘Experts Group' on Women Peace & Security organized a regional Conference on “The Changing Dynamics of Peace building in South Asia: Recasting Women's Agency and Transformative Strategies” in Kathmandu February 15th -17th, 2013.
Stocktaking of International Criminal Justice: The Impact of the Rome Statute System on Victims and Affected Communities
Review Conference of the Rome Statute of the ICC Kampala, Uganda
The Rome Statute, the Voices of Victims
Breaking the silence on atrocities
A delegation of Burundian women from different groups, backgrounds and political parties presented at the Arusha Peace Negotiations a declaration in which they express their commitment
The UN Women Global Virtual Knowledge Centre to End Violence against Women and Girls is an online resource in English, French and Spanish, designed to serve the needs of policymakers, programme implementers and other practitioners dedicated to addressing violence against women and girls.
The Philippines on Friday supported adoption of two Association of Southeast Asian Nations (Asean) declarations—Enhancement of Welfare and Development of Asean Women and Children and Human Resources and Skills Development for Economic Recovery and Sustainable Growth.
Hundreds of Balinese women declared an "Indonesian Women`s Association for Global Peace (IWAG-Peace)" in the Bajra Sandi monument area here on Monday night.
"The declaration of IWAG-Peace was intended to neutralize violent conflicts in the name of religion in various areas across the country," event coordinator Putu Sri Puji Astuti said here on Tuesday.
Gambia's Assistant Superintendent of Police Yahya Fadera on Wednesday declared there will be zero tolerance for gender-based violence, in particular rape and sexual assault against women and girls, warning that perpetrators will have no place to hide.
Fadera made the declaration in Banjul on Wednesday at the opening of a training workshop for law enforcement officers on violence against women and children.
The Voice of Libyan Women (VLW) was initially founded in August 2011 as a result of the February 17 Revolution which renewed not only our hope for equality in Libya, but also renewed the hope of the Libyan society as a whole in their basic human rights, including women's rights. This hope quickly translated into action, which VLW believes is the best method for any concrete improvement with regards to women's rights.
As the United Nations decide on the future course of international development post2015, women of all ages, identities, ethnicities, cultures and across sectors and regions, are mobilizing for gender, social, cultural, economic and ecological justice, sustainable development and inclusive peace.