EIGHTEEN YEARS ON: ASSESSING THE IMPLEMENTATION OF THE UNSCR 1325 WOMEN, PEACE AND SECURITY AGENDA IN THE ARAB STATES REGION
We are delighted to share the report "Eighteen Years on: Assessing the implementation of the UNSCR 1325 Women, Peace and Security Agenda in the Arab States region"
Building on the findings of the 2015 landmark Global Study on the Implementation of United Nations Security Council resolution 1325, this report takes stock of progress, challenges and opportunities for the implementation of WPS agenda across the Arab states region.
This report was commissioned by UN Women to Social Development Direct. It was written by Anna Parke in collaboration with Vanessa Farr and Laila Alodaat. Country studies were developed by Rasha Jarhum, Hala Riziq and Rida Altubuly. Valuable inputs were also provided by Kate Bishop, Caroline Beck, Stephanie Chaban, Beatriz Esteves, Lana Khattab, Jennifer O’Brien, Laura Maclean, Frances Guy and Cynthia Petrigh.
Read the full report here.
Parke, A, Farr, V, and Alodaat, L, (2019), Eighteen Years On: Assessing the Implementation of the UNSCR 1325 Women, Peace and Security Agenda in the Arab States Region; UN Women