Content tagged with: UNSCR 1325

Women, Peace and Security

Women's rights are human rights – today this is undisputed. We work to ensure that key human rights standards are also respected in conflict-affected regions. Our work is based on the UN’s "Women, Peace and Security" agenda. Of additional central importance for feminist peace work are the Women's Rights Convention CEDAW, the Beijing Declaration and the Sustainable Development Goals of the 2030 Agenda.

Colombia

An inclusive process for a sustainable peace

Since the signing of the peace agreement in Colombia, we have been actively supporting the participation of conflict-affected women and marginalised groups in its implementation. Together with our project partners, we are committed to ensuring that their experiences and concerns are included in the transition to a sustainable, peaceful society.

UN Security Council Resolution 1325

Milestone in feminist peace and security policy

With Resolution 1325 on "Women, Peace and Security", the UN Security Council passed a milestone in feminist peace and security policy. The instrument is central to our work with our project partners, our cooperation partners and with the activists and women's organisations in our worldwide network.

The fundamental role of civil society

Implementation of "Women, Peace and Security”

Civil society plays a significant role in the implementation of UN Security Council Resolution 1325 on "Women, Peace and Security", not, however, to the same extent everywhere. On the meeting of the "WPS Focal Points" network in South Africa.