GPS Centres and Institutes
Washington DC, USA
Georgetown University’s Institute for Women, Peace & Security seeks to promote a more stable, peaceful, and just world by focusing on the important role women play in preventing conflict and building peace, growing economies, and addressing global threats like climate change and violent extremism.
The Kofi Annan International Peacekeeping Training Centre (KAIPTC) Women, Peace and Security Institute (WPSI) serves as “a knowledge Centre for expanding technical capacity, training and policy research and analysis on women, peace and security in order to better inform the broader peace and security agenda in Africa”(WPSI Project Document).
The LSE Centre for Women, Peace and Security is a leading academic space for scholars, practitioners, activists, policy-makers and students to develop strategies to promote justice, human rights and participation of women in conflict-affected situations around the world.
The Centre on Gender, Peace and Security serves as a resource hub for gender, peace and security research at the Peace Research Institute Oslo (PRIO).
The Warwick Interdisciplinary Research Centre for International Development addresses urgent problems of inequality and social, political and economic change on a global level. Established in 2019, WICID's mission is to address urgent problems of inequality and social, political and economic change on a global level through our research and impact work.
Coalitions & Consortiums
The Australian Civil Society Coalition on Women, Peace and Security (‘the Coalition’) is a non-partisan and independent coalition of civil society organisations, networks and individuals working to advance the Women, Peace and Security (WPS) Agenda in Australia, Asia and the Pacific region and globally.
The Generation Equality Compact on Women, Peace and Security and Humanitarian Action was adopted as part of the Generation Equality Forum (GEF) to advocate for peace and security and humanitarian processes to immediately and meaningfully include women and girls in the decisions that affect their lives.
The Australian Feminist Foreign Policy Coalition (AFFPC) is a network convened by IWDA of supporters of feminist foreign policy working across foreign policy, defence, security, women’s rights, international development and other related sectors. The AFFPC is made up of a core group driving the agenda in Australia, as well as a broader membership of allied organisations and individuals.