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What would a feminist Security Council agenda look like?
WILPF’s Launch of “Towards a Feminist Security Council” Guidance Note
During the 2015 October Open Debate, Member States and multilateral institutions made a record-bre
The Security Council meets twice annually on the Women, Peace and Security Agenda (WPS). The Council holds open debat
WAFRICA works for a prosperous Guinea, in which women and men live in respect of their mutual rights and duties
According to the 1987 Brundtland Commission, sustainable development is development which “meets the needs of t
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Does the Security Council meet with women from civil society?
Women, Peace and Security Agenda