One year too long: South Sudanese women use UNSC Resolution 1325 to push for implementation of the peace agreement

One year too long: South Sudanese women use UNSC Resolution 1325 to push for implementation of the peace agreement

Date & Time: Friday, October 21st 3:00-5:00pm
Venue: United Nations Headquarters, Conference Room 8
Hosts: Global Network of Women Peacebuilders, EVE Organization for Women Development and the Consortium of Organizations for Women of South Sudan (CfW), the Permanent Mission of Austria

This event will examine the most recent political developments and the violations of the peace agreement in South Sudan. It will also discuss the implications of the UN Security Council Resolution (UNSCR) 2304, the creation of a Regional Protection Force; the call for an arms embargo; and how South Sudan’s National Action Plan on UNSCR 1325 on Women, Peace and Security can be used as an effective instrument towards the implementation of the peace agreement. In addition, the panel will present the outcomes of the recent Peace Dialogue on South Sudan.

RSVP Aissata Athie at: aissata.gnwp@gmail.com
on or before October 20th and indicate if you need a UN event pass.