Power to Women in Peace Processes

Women's Organisations Cooperating in Realising Resolution 1325

Monitoring and advocacy

Civil society actors play a crucial role in the realization of Resolution 1325. Women’s and peace organizations have long pointed out the need for data of the level of implementation. To fill this gap Operation 1325, in partnership with the Global Network of Women Peace Builders (GNWP), works with a global monitoring project called Women Count. It is an extensive civil society initiative with the aim to systematically monitor the implementation of the Women, Peace and Security resolutions in countries all over the world. With extensive experience of working with resolution 1325 and 1820, Operation 1325 holds workshops and trainings with civil society organizations to strengthen their capacity to monitor their national implementation, and ultimately contribute to the yearly global monitoring report. The global monitoring report Women Count is based on 11 indicators and the outcome is a powerful advocacy tools that provide women’s and peace organizations with an evidence-based instrument to advocate for better implementation of UNSCR 1325 and 1820. Since initiated in 2010, Afghanistan, Armenia, Canada, Colombia, Democratic Republic of Congo, Fiji, Liberia, Nepal, Netherlands, Philippines, Rwanda, Serbia, Sierra Leone, South Sudan, Spain, Sri Lanka, Sweden, and Uganda have contributed to the monitoring project.
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WOMEN COUNT 2.0 - SWEDEN'S IMPLEMENTATION OF UNSCR 1325 DURING 2015

The UN Security Council resolution 1325 on women, peace and security was adopted in 2000 and is binding on all UN member states.

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You make the difference - in arabic

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