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November 27, 2013
In this webinar, Cynthia Enloe, a Research Professor at Clark University and an engaged WILPF member, introduces the Women, Peace and Security Agenda, brings a feminist perspective and discusses the relevance to anti-militaristic politics of 1915 to 2015. Cynthia is a pioneer in the field of feminist international relations.
September 8, 2014
Tuesday, 22 January 2013
UN North Lawn Building (CR 5)
1.15 – 2.30 pm
Monday, 11 February 2013
UN North Lawn Building (CR 5)
1.15 – 2.30 pm
Friday, September 13th, 2013
UN North Lawn Building, Room 6
The implementation of the UN’s Women, Peace and Security agenda is widespread. On the participation side, the representation and active involvement of women in political processes remain limited.
Wednesday, 14 November 2012
UN Church Center, 777 United Nations Plaza, NY
10.00 - 11.30 am
On 14th November 2012, PeaceWomen in partnership with the Liechtenstein Institute on Self-Determination and Permanent Mission of Liechtenstein were pleased to host Professor Cynthia Enloe, research professor at Clark University (and WILPF member), as a part of a new lecture series on the Women, Peace and Security (WPS) agenda.
Hosted by The World We Want Policy and Strategy Group (comprised of members from Civil Society and the United Nations), and co-sponsored by the Feminist Task Force this "Peoples’ Voices" Series event included WILPF and other discussants in exploring how gender equality and women’s and girls’ issues can feature prominently in the next development agenda, making the connections with the High Level Event of the President of the General Assembly o
UN Commission on the Status of Women – Session 59 - Panel
BEIJING PEACE TRAIN & BEYOND – WOMEN'S MEMORIES & TESTIMOMIALS
Friday, March 13, 2015 - 10:30 to 12:00
LSE’s research project Above the Parapet, at the Institute of Public Affairs, seeks to capture the experiences of senior women who have shaped public life. It aims to identify the contexts and individual factors that shape women’s journeys into senior life in several fields.
On 22 May 2015, WILPF Colombia held an event at the National University in celebration of WILPF's 100th anniversay. Carmen Magallon, of WILPF Spain, was a guest speaker presenting on the history of pacifist feminism in the world and providing her analysis and reflections on the role of women in peace building.
Thirty women peacemakers from 15 countries made a historic crossing of the two-mile wide De-Militarised Zone (DMZ) from North to South Korea on 24th of May, the International Women’s Day for Peace and Disarmament. They called global attention to the need for a peace treaty to finally end the Korean War; to reunite families long separated by Korea’s division; and to assure women’s participation in the peace process.
2015 is a crucial year for the Women, Peace and Security (WPS) Agenda: a global study on its implementation is currently underway and the Security Council will hold a high-level review of resolution 1325 in October. Consistent implementation is one of the biggest challenges to the WPS agenda and there continues to be a lack of awareness of the need to include a gender perspective at all levels of humanitarian work.
A few weeks ago, Spain underwent a review by the CEDAW Committee and was held accountable for its compliance to women’s rights under the CEDAW Convention. WILPF Spain was there!
On 21 October 2015, WILPF, in collaboration with the Peace Forum organizers (the Global Network of Women Peacebuilders (GNWP), Baha’i International Community, International Peace Bureau, United Methodist Women, the National Council of Negro Women, World Council of Churches, Peace Boat US, World Federation of Methodist and Uniting Church Women, APWAPS, Cordaid, Global Movement for the Culture of Peace, and Urgent Action Fund for Women’s Human R
On 23 October 2015, WILPF PeaceWomen, the Mission of Liechtenstein to the UN, and Liechtenstein Institute for Self-Determination at Princeton University held our final Women, Peace and Security lecture series, “After the High Level Review -- Connecting Local and Global Action to Implement the Women, Peace and Security Agenda.” Participants included Liechtenstein Minister of Foreign Affairs H.E.
On 29 October 2015, the International Institute for Peace Education hosted a panel at the Peace Forum on, “People’s Action Plans: Empowering Civil Society to Implement 1325.”
This is an Open Letter from the Civil Society which calls Heads of State and Government, Ministers of Foreign Affairs, Permanent Representatives of the United Nations and UN Senior Leadership to recommit to the principles and transformative potential of WPS and develop effective and sustained implementation strategies.
The following is an Open Letter to the UN Secretary General and Ambassador of Spain regarding the impact and recommendations around the change of date of the 15th anniversary Security Council Open Debate on Women, Peace and Security.
This is a call to action letter. It is time to take personal, political, and international action, to promote policies that ensure local action for demilitarisation, conflict prevention, women’s human rights, and sustainable peace and gender justice.
Join us! It is time to move our world forward together.
This monographic issue published by International Catalan Institute for Peace, reflects on the impact Resolution 1325 on Women, Peace and Security fifteen years after it was approved by the UN Security Council.