iKNOW Politics launches e-discussion on women, peace and security in the Arab region
Date: 08 January 2016
iKNOW Politics, an interactive online network of women in politics who share experiences, resources, advice and collaborate on issues of interest, has launched an e-discussion on United Nations Security Council resolution 1325 on women peace and security in the Arab region.
The five-week discussion will focus on how women in politics and other policymakers can be active in the implementation of resolution 1325 in the Arab region, and related challenges and new opportunities. The e-discussion has been structured along three main blocks: a) Advancing the Women, Peace and Security (WPS) agenda; b) Strategies and monitoring; and c) Partnerships and capacity-building. Respondents are invited to send answers to as many related questions as they see fit.
The discussion is open until 17 January 2016. The responses from the e-discussion will be consolidated and shared with iKNOW Politics members and partners, then used as a resource for all through the iKNOW Politics website.
For more information, and to participate in the e-discussion visit: http://iknowpolitics.org/en/discuss/e-discussions/implementation-unscr-1325-women-peace-and-security-arab-states
For more information on resolution 1325 and its recent anniversary, visit: http://www.unwomen.org/en/news/in-focus/women-peace-security