Explore our Database of 1325 National Action Plans and Member State Commitments to Women, Peace and Security!


Going beyond global commitments to local action is a crucial part of accountability. UNSCR 1325 National Action Plans are an important mode for WPS implementation both on the national and international levels. As of October 2019, WILPF analysis shows that 82 UN Member States (42% of all UN Member States) have UNSCR 1325 National Action Plans (NAPs). Several NAPs have been announced over the course of 2019. Norway launched its 2019-2022 NAP in January 2019. In February 2019, Armenia finalised its first NAP, and in April 2019, Namibia announced its new NAP. Additionally, at a high-level WPS Commitments event held on 23 April 2019, nine Member States committed to developing their first-ever NAPs in advance of October 2020. Finally, the United States published its strategy on Women, Peace and Security in June 2019, with an implementation plan to follow. The most recent first NAP was adopted on 12th September 2019 by Lebanon.

Explore WILPF’s NAPs database, with our analysis of each country’s plan and their commitments to Women, Peace and Security.