National Action Plans, or NAPs, serve as an important tool for furthering the women, peace, and security agenda.
Did you know that 32 countries have currently adopted NAPs on women, peace, and security? Find your country in our National Implementation Section. Many other countries are currently drafting.
WILPF sections have engaged in many of these NAP process. WILPF also recently adopted a Resolution on NAPs.Here are a few recent highlights:
- U.S WILPF has advocated for consultations so that U.S. women's voices could be heard and these are now these civil society consultations are going ahead with attendance from officials from Amb. Verveer's office in 5 locations across the US. US WILPF encourages participation on the US 1325 NAP. Take the WILPF survey and we will compile your feedback.
- UK WILPF submitted in September written comments and recommendation as part of the annual review process of the UK National Action Plan on Women, Peace and Security.