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  1. Women Peace And Security E News September 2018

    Building a Feminist Peace Movement: A Reflection on WILPF’s Feminist Peace in Africa Forum and the 32nd Congr

    Thursday, September 27, 2018
    ENews102 883
  2. Women Peace And Security E News August 2018

    Mobilising Across Africa for Feminist Peace

    Monday, August 13, 2018
    ENews102 640
  3. Women Peace And Security E-News July 2018

    Peace at Risk?: Colombian Prospects under t

    Tuesday, July 31, 2018
    ENews102 553
  4. Women Peace And Security June E-News 2018

    Towards A Feminist Political Economy For Su

    Wednesday, June 27, 2018
    ENews102 278
  5. Women, Peace and Security E-News May 2017

    Editorial: From Peace Walks To Peace Talks

    Tuesday, May 29, 2018
    ENews102 038
  6. Women Peace And Security April E-News 2018

    Editorial: Sustaining Peace: Towards An Integrated Approach That Puts Local Women's Voices And Rights At The

    Monday, April 30, 2018
    ENews101 580
  7. Women Peace And Security March E-News 2018

    Editorial: From Marching to Movements: Steps of Solidarity for Feminist Peace

    Thursday, April 12, 2018
    ENews101 515
  8. Women Peace And Security February E-News 2018

    Security Council (In)Action on Feminist Peace in Palestine: What is Missing?

    Wednesday, February 28, 2018
    ENews101 362
  9. Women Peace And Security January E-News 2018

    Editorial: We Are The Leaders We Have Been Waiting For

    Wednesday, January 31, 2018
    ENews101 254
  10. Women Peace And Security December E-News 2017

    Editorial: Feminist Peace: By Women, For Women And For All

    Thursday, December 14, 2017
    ENews101 077
  11. Women Peace and Security November E-News 2017

    Editorial: Let There Be Light: Reflections on Women Peace and Security, 17 years on

    Sunday, November 19, 2017
    ENews100 962
  12. Women Peace and Security October E-News 2017

    More Life, Less Arms: Learning From Colombia Before The 17th Ann

    Wednesday, October 18, 2017
    ENews100 662
  13. Women, Peace And Security E-News September 2017

    From Gender Parity to Addressing Root Causes: Why Moving from Engaging Men to Transforming Violent Masculinit

    Tuesday, September 19, 2017
    ENews99 944
  14. Women, Peace And Security E-News August 2017

    Editorial: Ensuring Accountability for Gender-Based Violence: One Step Forward with CEDAW General Recommendat

    Tuesday, August 15, 2017
    ENews99 751
  15. Women, Peace and Security E-News July 2017

    Editorial: What Will the 2030 Agenda Accomplish for Women in Conflict?: Policy Coherence and Extraterritorial

    Tuesday, July 25, 2017
    ENews99 566
  16. Women, Peace and Security E-News June 2017

    Against Violent Masculinities and For Feminist Peace: Engaging Men and Boys

    Monday, June 19, 2017
    ENews99 322
  17. Women, Peace and Security E-News May 2017

    From Wallpaper to Centre Stage: Women’s Meaningful Participation as a Key to Reclaiming the UN as a Peace Organisa

    Wednesday, May 24, 2017
    ENews98 822
  18. Women, Peace and Security E-News April 2017

    What will you do?

    Monday, April 17, 2017
    ENews98 615
  19. Women, Peace and Security E-News March 2017

    Women stand up against nuclear weapons and for human security. 

    Monday, March 27, 2017
    ENews98 268
  20. Women, Peace and Security E-News February 2017

    But she persists...
    By WILPF MENA Programme Manager Laila Alodaat

    Monday, February 27, 2017
    ENews98 042
  21. Women Peace and Security E-News January 2017

    Share Your Feminist Fire: Security Goals for 2017

    Monday, January 23, 2017
    ENews97 440
  22. Women Peace and Security E-News December 2016

    2016 In Review: Be Brave

    By WILPF PeaceWomen Programme Director Abigail Ruane

    Wednesday, December 14, 2016
    ENews97 006
  23. Women Peace and Security E-News November 2016

    16 Years after UNSCR 1325: Will the Future Ever be Feminist? 

    Tuesday, November 22, 2016
    ENews96 787
  24. Women Peace and Security October E-News 2016

    Resilience, Resistance, and Hope: Reflections on Women's Peace Activism in Nigeria

    Wednesday, October 19, 2016
    ENews96 509
  25. Women Peace and Security September E-News 2016

    From Inclusion To Transformation: #FeministFutures & The AWID Forum

    Wednesday, September 28, 2016
    ENews96 043
  26. WOMEN PEACE AND SECURITY E-NEWS AUGUST 2016

    AWID International Forum in Preview

    Thursday, September 1, 2016
    ENews95 632
  27. WOMEN PEACE AND SECURITY E-NEWS JULY 2016

    Light in Darkness: Feminist Movement Building and Olympic Peace

    By Abigail Ruane

    Tuesday, July 26, 2016
    ENews95 439
  28. Women Peace and Security E-News June 2016

    Paris, Lebanon, Iraq, USA: Disarm Gender-Based Violence for Peace and Human Security

    Monday, June 20, 2016
    ENews94 544
  29. E-NEWS MAY 2016

    Monday, May 16, 2016
    ENews94 153
  30. ENEWS APRIL 2016: REFLECTING ON CSW60

    Friday, April 22, 2016
    ENews93 875
  31. ENews93 353
  32. E-News February 2016: Curiosity?

    Tuesday, February 23, 2016
    ENews93 302
  33. E-News January 2016: Syrian Women's Inclusive Participation in Peacebuilding

    Wednesday, January 20, 2016
    ENews93 225
  34. 2015 Year Wrap-Up

    2015 Year Wrap-Up
    By: Ghazal Rahmanpanah, Programme Associate (PeaceWomen)

    Wednesday, December 23, 2015
    ENews93 212
  35. Engaging Men and Boys; Disengaging Violent Masculinities

    Engaging Men and Boys; Disengaging Violent Masculinities

    Wednesday, December 2, 2015
    ENews93 189
  36. October and Beyond: Shifting the Gaze from Government and UN to #FemDefenders as Builders of Peace

    October and Beyond: Shifting the Gaze from Government and UN to #FemDefenders as Builders of Peace

    Friday, October 30, 2015
    ENews93 047
  37. Delivering on the Women, Peace and Security Agenda: Overcoming Challenges for Peace and Gender Justice

    Delivering on the Women, Peace and Security Agenda: Overcoming Challenges for Peace and Gender Justice

    Monday, October 5, 2015
    ENews92 543
  38. August 2015 E-News: Be the Change

    Be the Change

    By Abigail Ruane, WILPF PeaceWomen Programme Manager

    Wednesday, August 19, 2015
    ENews92 460
  39. July 2015 E-News: Voices Against Militarism in South Asia

    Voices Against Militarism in South Asia

    Thursday, July 30, 2015
    ENews92 421
  40. June 2015 E-News: Women Cross Demilitarised Zone (DMZ) on Korean Peninsula for Peace

    Monday, June 22, 2015
    ENews92 182
  41. Post-100th e-News: Women’s Power to Stop War

    Reflections on the Centennial Peace Conference

    By Maria Butler, PeaceWomen Programme Director

    Thursday, May 14, 2015
    ENews91 893
  42. April 2015 E-New: The WILPF's Power To Stop War Movement

    The WILPF's Women's Power to Stop War Movement: What Power?

    Wednesday, April 22, 2015
    ENews91 671
  43. CSW 59 recap, WILPF 100 invitation, & WPS Global Study survey––PeaceWomen March 2015 ENews

    20 Years Since Beijing: What does Transformation look like?

     

    Wednesday, March 25, 2015
    ENews91 517
  44. Vision

    It is with a bittersweet sense that I welcome the new year.

    Wednesday, January 14, 2015
    ENews91 154
  45. Truth, Trust Time -- Journey from Conflict

    I have just returned from Colombia. A beautiful country, with an ugly decades old conflict.

    Tuesday, December 16, 2014
  46. An inspirational vision made plain in a declaration;

  47. A practical plan for that declaration, laid out in an integrated set of goals, targets and indicators;

  48. Adequate means to implement the plan and a renewed global partnership for development;

  49. A framework to monitor and review implementation to ensure promises made become promises delivered.

  50. To bring about a truly universal transformation of sustainable development, the Secretary-General's report makes a number of key recommendations, including the necessity to commit to a universal approach; to integrate sustainability in all activities; to address inequalities in all areas; to ensure that all actions respect and advance human rights; to address the drivers of climate change and its consequences; to base the analysis in credible data and evidence; to expand the global partnership for means of implementation to maximum effect; and to anchor the new compact in a renewed commitment to international solidarity.

    The report identifies six essential elements to frame and reinforce sustainable development:

  51. Dignity - to end poverty and fight inequalities; [para 67]

  52. People - to ensure healthy lives, knowledge, and the inclusion of women and children; [para 69]

  53. Prosperity - to grow a strong, inclusive, and transformative economy; [para 72]

  54. Planet - to protect our ecosystems for all societies and our children; [para 75]

  55. Justice - to promote safe and peaceful societies, and strong institutions; [para 77]

  56. Partnership - to catalyse global solidarity for sustainable development. [para 80]

  57. The importance of enabling civil society participation is highlighted in the report

    Several paragraphs in the report draw attention to the need to ensure strong participation of civil society, including:

    para 78: An enabling environment under the rule of law must be secured for the free, active and meaningful engagement of civil society, and advocates reflecting the voices of women, minorities, LGBT groups, Indigenous Peoples, youth, adolescents and older persons.

    para 123: We must establish effective modalities for multi-stakeholder cooperation and sharing the costs for Research, Development, Demonstration and Diffusion for new technologies across all stakeholders: public, private, civil society, philanthropic, and other sectors, inclusive of indigenous knowledge.

    para 129: Executive institutions, parliaments and the judiciary will need the capacity to perform their functions in this endeavour. Also, institutions of civil society must have the capacity to perform their critical, independent role.

    para 145: If we are to succeed the new agenda must become part of the contract between people, including civil society and responsible business, and their governments, national and local. [...] Empowered civil society actors, through action and advocacy, must rally to the cause, and contribute to a sustainable, equitable, and prosperous future.

    para 149: National accountability: It would be built on existing national and local mechanisms and processes, with broad multistakeholder participation, including national and local governments, parliaments, civil society, science, academia and business.

    A call to action

    "The stars are aligned for the world to take historic action to transform lives and protect the planet," the Secretary-General states at the conclusion of Section 1 of the report. "I urge Governments and people everywhere to fulfill their political and moral responsibilities. This is my call to dignity, and we must respond with all our vision and strength." [para 25]

    The final report will be available in all six UN languages by 31 December 2014.

    In early January 2015, the Secretary-General will formally present the report and further discuss it with Member States.


Related resources:

Read the Secretary-General's statement about the report here:

http://www.un.org/sg/statements/

Watch a video of the Secretary-General's briefing about the report here.

For more information, please visit here.

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Post-2015 Agenda Synthesis Report Advance unedited

NGOWG November 2014 MAP

Monday, November 17, 2014
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NGOWG November 2014 MAP

Contested Terrain: Reflections with Afghan Women Leaders

Thursday, October 30, 2014
Author: 
Sally L. Kitch

Contested Terrain: Reflections with Afghan Women Leaders by Sally L. Kitch (University of Illinois Press, 2014)

Sally L. Kitch explores the crisis in contemporary Afghan women's lives by focusing on two remarkable Afghan professional women working on behalf of their Afghan sisters. Kitch's compelling narrative follows the stories of Judge Marzia Basel and Jamila Afghani from 2005 through 2013, providing an oft-ignored perspective on the personal and professional lives of Afghanistan's women. Contending with the complex dynamics of a society both undergoing and resisting change, Basel and Afghani speak candidly--and critically--of matters like international intervention and patriarchal Afghan culture, capturing the ways in which immense possibility alternates and vies with utter hopelessness. Strongly rooted in feminist theory and interdisciplinary historical and geopolitical analysis, Contested Terrain sheds new light on the struggle against the powerful forces that affect Afghan women's education, health, political participation, livelihoods, and quality of life. The book also suggests how a new dialogue might be started in which women from across geopolitical boundaries might find common cause for change and rewrite their collective stories.
Go to: http://www.go.illinois.edu/F14KITCH for more information.

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  • 1325+14: Amplifying Women's Voices for Peace

    Women peace leaders from all over the world came together at the

    Monday, November 17, 2014
    ENews91 152
  • Voice

    “We realize the importance of our voices only when we are silenced”

    Tuesday, October 21, 2014
    ENews91 151
  • People Demand Climate Justice

    World leaders come to the UN this week to dialogue, to debate and to decide policy.

    Tuesday, September 23, 2014
    ENews91 150
  • Crises and Silences

    Violent extremism, militarization and arms proliferation continue to devastate communities from Sinjar Iraq to Chibok Nigeria, from Ferguson USA to Ilovaisk Ukraine, and in each and every street of Gaza Palestine. The news from Iraq is increasingly troubling.

    Wednesday, August 27, 2014
    ENews91 149
  • Another World is Possible

    This has been a sobering month, with shocking violence in

    Tuesday, July 22, 2014
    ENews91 148
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