The Week in Women, Peace and Security
AU Special Envoy on Women, Peace,
and Security, Ms. Bineta Diop, advocates for more Somali women to play
an active role in ongoing efforts to restore peace and security in the
The United Nations Office for
West Africa and the Sahel (UNOWAS) organizes the
Open Day on the implementation of the UNSCR 1325 on Women, Peace and Security.
Women kick start processes to develop a National Plan of Action to strengthen
their participation in peacebuilding and socio-economic progress in the
stabilization and rebuilding efforts.
Maria Tanyag explains the
role of feminist research in solving the climate crisis.
the WPS agenda to protect the ecosystem the ‘relief and recovery’ pillar
of the WPS agenda provides an ‘entry point’ for the protection of the
Arab Charter on
Women’s Rights launched in Abu Dhabi an exceptional and qualitative move towards
the advancement and empowerment of Arab women.
The Women, Peace and Security
Index by the Georgetown University’s Institute for Women, Peace and Security
and Peace Research Institute Oslo downgraded
Bangladesh’s rank from 127th in 2017 out of 153 countries to 142nd this
The UAE Permanent Mission to the
United Nations and the Georgetown Institute for Women, Peace and Security,
GIWPS launched a new joint
initiative on advancing the role of women in post-conflict reconstruction,
on the sidelines of the high-level week on Women, Peace and Security.
First Secretary in India’s Permanent Mission to the UN Paulomi Tripathi noted that majority of peace agreements signed in the last three decades have no women signatories and a vast majority of peace agreements fail to reference women and address their concerns, such as gender-based violence.