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National Reviews

Many times National Action Plans (NAPs) require governments to conduct an annual public review, or monitoring and evaluation reports, on the progress made towards the implementation of the NAP. The WPS Programme will post these reports when they are made available. 

 

Women, Peace and Security: Canada Moves Forward to Increase Women’s Engagement

Rather than being merely a commentary on the announcement of the Canadian government, the Committee sees its report as an extension to the Action Plan, providing insight, analysis and recommendations from a parliamentary perspective. Read the report here>>

Estonia’s Action Plan for the Implementation of UN Security Council Resolution 1325 “Women, Peace and Security” in Estonia 2010 – 2014: Implementation Report

Read Estonia's official implementation report here>>

UK National Action Plan on Women, Peace and Security 2014-2017, Country-Level Implementation Plan

In 2015, the United Kingdom released a report on the implementation of the Women Peace and Security Agenda within the state's foreign policy work, particularly in the following focus countries: Afghanistan, Burma, Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC), Libya, Somalia and Syria.

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African Union Commission Implementation of the Women Peace and Security Agenda in Africa

In July 2016, the African Union Commission conducted a regional review on the implementation of the Women Peace and Security Agenda in Africa. This report "takes stock of the achievements of Member States and Regional Economic Communities (RECs) that have developed Actions Plan for the implementation of UNSCR 1325. It highlights the need to recommit to the work that must continue at a national level, and reiterates the critical role of regional organizations in accelerating the implementation of the women, peace, and security agenda on the continent."

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Localisation of the Women Peace and Security Agenda, Bosnia and Herzegovina

In 2016, the government of Bosnia and Herzegovina undertook a national review on the implementation of the Women Peace and Security Agenda. The Bosnian Agency for Gender Equality conducted case studies on six localities in the state. The report "offers a new lens for government agencies and officials who are mostly dealing with traditional security to appreciate and address these new threats."

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Overview of 2014 US Implementation of the National Action Plan on Women Peace and Security

In April 2015, the US Department of State released its review on the implementation of its National Action Plan on Women Peace and Security. "Throughout its third year implementing the NAP, the Department integrated a focus on gender equality and women’s issues into its diplomatic, security, humanitarian, and development efforts."

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2014 Nairobi Symposium: Maximising Impact of Women, Peace, and Security Policies in Africa

In 2014, Inclusive Security, the University of Nairobi, and Cordaid held a symposium on maximising the impact of Women Peace and Security policies in Africa. "The Symposium was a platform for participants to showcase lessons learned and best practices for strategy design and implementation, as well as to navigate shared challenges. The three-day convening involved a series of plenary and small-group workshop sessions. More than 120 Symposium delegates represented 15 countries across Sub-Saharan Africa, including those currently and considering designing or implementing NAPs."

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2013-2014 Progress Report - Canada’s Action Plan for the Implementation of United Nations Security Council Resolutions on Women, Peace and Security

In 2014, Canada released its second annual report on the implementation of its National Action Plan for Women, Peace and Security. "During the reporting period, Canada continued to work on policy and program development, training, and advocacy in relation to Women, Peace and Security (WPS) in conflict-affected countries. "

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From Global Promises to National Action: Advancing Women, Peace, and Security in the Democratic Republic of Congo, the Philippines, Serbia, and Sierra Leone

In 2016, Inclusive Security and the One Earth Future Foundation came together to develop a review on the implementation and impact of National Action Plans on Women Peace and Security in Sierra Leone, Serbia, the Democratic Republic of the Congo and the Philippines. "Commonalities emerged across these cases, as well as particular insights from each, offer valuable lessons for those seeking to create or strengthen NAPs in various contexts around the world."

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