On 5-7 November 2013 UN Women Held A Global Review on Building Accountability for National and Regional Implementation of Security Council Resolutions on Women, Peace and Security in New York, New York.
The overall aim of the meeting was to review current approaches, and invigorate and generate momentum for scaling up good practices and applying more effective strategies for implementation of the Women, Peace and Security resolutions at national and regional levels. The specific objectives of the meeting were to:
- Identify and inspire innovative methodologies to advance national and regional implementation strategies;
- Document and share lessons learned and best practices on the development and implementation of strategies such as National Action Plans;
- Identify ways to address existing challenges such as development of monitoring procedures, indicators and sustainable financing mechanisms;
- Develop recommendations for future directions to accelerate national and regional implementation
The meeting assembled details on innovative approaches for consideration by Member States in their national strategies.
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The Final Report can be found here.
The Final Background paper can be found here.
The Financing and Funding paper can be found here.
The Localization Background paper can be found here.