Women, Peace & Security

What we learnt from analysing twenty years of Women, Peace and Security National Action Plans

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A blog post written by Caitlin HamiltonNyibeny Naam, and Laura J. Shepherd for the London School of Economic’s WPS Centre discusses the implementation of WPS-related National Action Plans. Their full research and analysis can be found in their report titled, Twenty Years of Women, Peace and Security National Action Plans: Analysis and Lessons Learned.

The blog post discusses the following issues/themes:

  • Dominant pillars;
  • Lead agency;
  • Emerging security issues;
  • Lack of funding;
  • Monitoring and evaluation frameworks; and
  • Civil society involvement.

You can find the full blog post here.

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