“It’s important to be aware of what’s going on in the world and to think about how you can start to make a difference, even when you’re a kid.”
Through our context analysis, WILPF has identified five critical issues relevant to peace and security.
23 April 2019
by Genevieve Riccoboni, WILPF WPS Programme
Engaging civil society as briefers and across cycles of work in the Security Council provides a key opportunity for b
Does the Security Council meet with women from civil society?
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Women peace activists in France continue to work to move the Women, Peace and Security Agenda forward in their countr
Who is responsible for the holistic implementation of the Women, Peace and Security Agenda?
Women have voice and power to be agents of change.
What would a feminist Security Council agenda look like?
Women's Rights and Peace through the SDGs!
The Women's International League for Peace and Freedom (WILPF)'s mission is to achieve feminist peace for equality, j
All United Nations entities must act to uphold the Women Peace and Security Agenda.
The Women, Peace and Security Agenda is relatively new on the global policy landscape, but women have always engaged
The Women, Peace and Security Agenda matters, because it forms the basis for plans and action from local to global ar
Each month, the NGO Working Group (NGOWG) on Women, Peace and Security releases Monthly Action Points (MAP) on Women,