Institutionalising Women, Peace and Security
Analyses of Australia's second national action plan (NAP) on women, peace and security (WPS) 2021-2031
The Implementation of the Women, Peace and Security (WPS) Agenda: ASEAN and the Region (2018)
Project Type: Background Paper
The purpose of this background paper is not just to introduce the WPS agenda and existing implementation strategies, but also to highlight the implementation strategies already employed in the region by ASEAN and other actors. In doing so it demonstrates the growing momentum for WPS engagement and the opportunities the region has for strong leadership in this area.
Background Paper: Implementation of WPS: ASEAN and the region
National Action Plans on Women, Peace and Security: Eight Countries in Focus (2017-2018)
Investigators: Katrina Lee-Koo & Barbara Trojanowska
Funding Partner: The Australian Civil Military Centre (ACMC)
The report provides a comparative analysis of seventeen NAPs to identify best practice and emerging approaches to engaging increasingly complex global realities. It begins with an analysis of the global issues that challenge WPS implementation, follow by a technically focused comparative analysis of the details of NAPs. The annexes provide the reader with ready-access to the specific of each NAP, coded by issues, country, and feature.
Report: NAPs on WPS: Eight Countries in Focus
Annual Civil Society Report Cards on Australia’s National Action Plan on Women, Peace and Security (2015-2017)
Investigators: Katrina Lee-Koo (Third and Fourth Annual Civil Society Report Cards), Hannah Jay, Luke Johnson & Barbara Trojanowska (Fourth Annual Civil Society Report Card)
Project Type: Civil Society Reports
This project draws upon analysis of civil society views to produce the annual shadow report of the Australian Government’s implementation of its National Action Plan on Women, Peace and Security. It addresses the themes of Government-civil society engagement, implementation, monitoring and evaluation and overall impact. Using data gathered through online submissions and at the Annual Civil Society Dialogue, this Report seeks to provide overview, analysis and recommendations of Australia’s engagement with the Women, Peace and Security agenda.
Fourth Annual Civil Society Report Card
Third Annual Civil Society Report Card
Discussion Paper: WPS in Asia Pacific: Emerging Issues in NAPs for WPS