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Full Cycle WPS Implementation: National Action Plan Development

Full Cycle WPS Implementation: National Action Plan Development NAPs GNWP supports civil society, governments, development partners and other key stakeholders at national and local levels to effectively implement UNSCR 1325 and the supporting WPS resolutions. The first step of this “full cycle” support is the support to national stakeholders, including government and civil society. GNWP…

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Full Cycle WPS Implementation: Localization as key implementation strategy

Full Cycle WPS Implementation: Localization as key implementation strategy Despite some notable successes of the agenda over the years, as the 2015 Global Study on the implementation of UNSCR 1325 states, “much of the progress toward the implementation of resolution 1325 continues to be measured in ‘firsts,’ rather than as standard practice.” As a consequence,…

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Full Cycle WPS Implementation: Monitoring

Full Cycle WPS Implementation: Monitoring Monitoring and evaluation (M&E) are incorporated into all components of GNWP work on WPS implementation. We make sure M&E activities are included in the costing of the NAP; and support national and local stakeholders to plan for monitoring and evaluating of their Action Plans on UNSCR 1325.   GNWP’s 1325…

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Ensuring adequate and predictable funding for WPS implementation

Ensuring adequate and predictable funding for WPS implementation In advocating for more dedicated financing for the implementation of the WPS resolutions, GNWP is knocking on two doors: that of donors to increase the funding and make it predictable and accessible to civil society; and that of national governments to allocate funding from their budgets. At…

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Empowering Young Women to Become Leaders and Agents of Peace

Empowering Young Women to Become Leaders and Agents of Peace Young women are often subject to double marginalization – as women; and as young people. In many societies and families, they are the last to eat, to speak, to receive education. They do not have a voice, and only speak when spoken to. With little…

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