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
PeaceWomen has developed 13 main themes as a framework to organize our Women, Peace and Security resources for ease of reference and understanding. The themes should not be seen as fixed as they are interlinked and overlap but provide a useful analysis framework.
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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)
WILPF Women, Peace and Security work includes many publications, innovative tools such as our WPS Mobile App, advocacy documents, and initiatives such as our Lecture Series. This section also features the historic “Women’s Power to Stop War” movement and WILPF 100th anniversary.
The Global Study will build on extensive consultation, country visits, commissioned research, an online portal, a civil society survey and other components, as well as the annual Open Days on Women, Peace and Security that have been held since 2010.
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The Commonwealth has announced its theme for Commonwealth Day 2011, which will highlight 'Women as Agents of Change'.
The Commonwealth will celebrate women whose work has made a positive difference to the lives of others, and will emphasise the Commonwealth message that by investing in women and girls we can accelerate social, economic and political progress in our member states.
A priority mentioned in Australian speeches and statements to the United Nations this year – Women, Peace and Security (WPS) – is likely to feature as the key “theme” of Australia's presidency of the Security Council.
But what is the WPS agenda? What progress has been made so far, and – given our support has been stronger in rhetoric than practice – what can Australia do better?