Foregrounding marginalised voices on peace and security in Australia
In this blog, WPS Coalition member Lisa Carson makes the case for an intersectional and intergenerational approach to building peace
Our national need of a turning point
In this blog, WPS Coalition member Jean Brown makes a strong case for recognising that reconciliation and Australia’s relationship to its First Nations people is an integral part of the domestic peace and security agenda.
Getting Out of Our Silos: Leveraging the Women, Peace & Security Agenda to Transform Humanitarian Action
Pip Henty and Beth Eggleston reflect on the application of the women, peace and security agenda to non-conflict related humanitarian response.
What’s next for Australia’s National Action on Women, Peace and Security?
Original article by Katrina Lee-Koo and Anu Mundkur on 12 May for The Strategist In 2015, 54 countries had developed National Action Plans (NAPs) on UN Security Council Resolution (UNSCR) 1325 to integrate gender perspectives into all areas of their peace and...
Remembering the justice in Women, Peace and Security
Article by Susan Hutchinson. Justice has been a prevalent aspect of every WPS resolution passed by the United Nations Security Council. The resolutions are grounded in the architecture of women’s rights and international justice. The relevance of a gender...
The role of the WPS agenda in countering violent extremism
Original article by Dr Laura J. Shepherd on 8 March for The Strategist As today marks International Women’s Day, it’s timely to reflect on the Australian government’s commitments and priorities in implementing the Women, Peace and Security (WPS) agenda’s...