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GAPS Newsletter: May 2019

Updates UN Women Campaign to mark the 25th anniversary of the Beijing Declaration and Platform for Action UN Women has announced a new multi-generational campaign "Generation Equality: Realising women's rights for an equal future". This campaign will mark the 25th…

GAPS Newsletter: April 2019

Updates UN Security Council Resolution 2467 On Tuesday 23 April 2019, under German presidency, the UN Security Council held the annual Open Debate on Sexual Violence in Conflict and adopted a ninth UN Security Council Resolution as part of the…

GAPS Newsletter: February 2019

Research & Resources Global Britain in the United Nations Read UNA-UK's latest report "Global Britain in the United Nations", the outcome of a research project by academics from the Universities of Manchester, Leeds and Southampton on behalf of the United…

GAPS Newsletter: January 2019

Research & Resources GAPS 2018 Shadow Report On Monday 21 January, GAPS published its shadow report "Assessing UK Government Action on Women, Peace and Security in 2018". In this report, GAPS assesses the 2018 Annual Report to Parliament by the UK Government and…

GAPS Newsletter: December 2018

Updates Hannah Bond, GAPS Director is an Interruptor on Women, Peace and Security! Last month, GAPS Director Hannah Bond was included on Foreign Policy Interrupted's list of "Interruptors on Women, Peace and Security"! Foreign Policy Interrupted puts these lists together…

GAPS Newsletter: October 2018

Updates 18th anniversary of UNSCR 1325 Today we celebrate 18 years since the adoption of UN Security Council resolution 1325! At this year's Open Debate on Women, Peace and Security, the UN Security Council heard from a Palestinian woman for…

GAPS Newsletter: September 2018

Events Exploring the intersections of violence against women and girls and statebuilding and peacebuilding: lessons from Nepal, Sierra Leone and South Sudan 10:30-12:00, Friday 28 September 2018 The Goldsmith's Centre, London This event launches a study on gaps in evidence and…

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