Innovative Tools: WPS App, Multi-Media and More

Are you an activist? Advocate? Policymaker? Practitioner? Academic? Do you want to strengthen your work promoting accountability on Women, Peace and Security commitments? Get your Women, Peace and Security on the go!

PeaceWomen launched a technical update of our Women, Peace and Security (WPS) App, available for Apple, Android, and Blackberry devices! With this relaunched app, you will now be able to access updated statistics on geographic and thematic situations; an analysis of the latest WPS UN Security Council Resolution 2242; newly added National Action Plans; and the PeaceWomen Resource Centre, which features over 22,000 WPS-focused resources. 

Download it today!

Download our relaunched mobile app on Women, Peace and Security on any smartphone:

iOS, Android, and Blackberry
 

Highlights of the Women, Peace and Security App:

» Latest advocacy materials and resources
» Full texts of all 8 Women, Peace and Security Resolutions
» Analysis and recommendations for Security Council work
» Info & analysis of National Action Plans
» Access to PeaceWomen's Resource Centre, home of nearly 22,000 resources including tools and recources focused on civil society engagement and tools for action

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PeaceWomen Infographics

This infographic provides the nine strategic recommendations that emerged from the Summary Report of 47 public submissions to the Global Study on the Implementation of United Nations Security Council Resolution (UNSCR) 1325, as compiled by the PeaceWomen programme of the Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom (WILPF). Click on the infographic to enlarge.


Based on the 2014 Secretary-General report on Conflict-Related Sexual Violence, PeaceWomen highlights some of the advances in the Women, Peace and Security agenda and some of the practices that should be championed by member states, civil society, and the Security Council. Click on the image to enlarge.


This infographic highlights references to gender and security language during the General Debate of the 69th Session of the General Assembly. Click on the image to enlarge. For an overview and summary of the 2014 General Debate - 69th Session of the General Assembly, please see here>>


  This infographic highlights references to gender and security language during the High Level Summit on Refugees and Migrants as part of the 71st Session of the United Nations General Assembly.  Click on the image to enlarge.