New Interactive Dataset: Women, Peace and Security National Action Plans Website

by | Apr 29, 2020

The WPS National Action Plans (NAPs) Website is one of the LSE Centre for Women, Peace and Security’s most recent collaborative projects, and it is the product of leading academic research from Professor Laura J Shepherd, Sydney University, on the implementation of UN Security Council Resolution 1325 (2000) and subsequent resolutions on WPS around the world.

The website presents interactive data on all current and previous NAPs, designed to ensure the effective implementation of the Women, Peace and Security agenda which can be searched by region, year and topic. The NAPs analysis covers the three main pillars of the WPS Agenda (prevention, participation and protection) and also measures each country’s engagement with civil society, budget specifications and details on monitoring & evaluation. Further information can be found on the project’s methodology section.

It is the hope that the research presented provides a useful resource for the Women, Peace and Security research, policy, and advocacy community.

If you have any feedback on the data, or questions about the research, please contact the Principal Investigator, Professor Laura J. Shepherd, by email at laura.shepherd@sydney.edu.au.

 

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