Launch of the Third Annual Civil Society Report Card on Australia’s National Action Plan on Women, Peace and Security

On Wednesday 8 June 2016, Dr Alan Ryan (Executive Director of the Australian Civil-Military Centre) launched the Third Annual Civil Society Report Card on Australia’s implementation of its National Action Plan on Women, Peace and Security.

Launched at a roundtable jointly hosted by the Dialogue Steering Group (WILPF, ACFID, the Australian Committee of UN Women and the ANU Gender Institute), this civil society shadow report aims to independently review, support and advocate for the Australian Government’s continued commitment to this agenda.

The report card can be found on the ACFID website here.

L-R: Rachel Livingston (Office for Women, Prime Minister and Cabinet), Bradley Orchard (Director National Action Plan for Women, Peace and Security Office of the Chief of the Defence Force), Sally Moyle (Principle Gender Specialist, DFAT), Susan Hutchinson (WPS Coalition Steering Committee Member), Joanna Pradela (Head of Policy and Advocacy, ACFID), Alan Ryan (Executive Director, ACMC)
The Panel Speakers (L-R): Rachel Livingston (Office for Women, Prime Minister and Cabinet), Bradley Orchard (Director National Action Plan for Women, Peace and Security Office of the Chief of the Defence Force), Sally Moyle (Principle Gender Specialist, DFAT), Susan Hutchinson (WPS Coalition Steering Committee Member), Joanna Pradela (Head of Policy and Advocacy, ACFID), Alan Ryan (Executive Director, ACMC)

 

 

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