As the civil war in South Sudan enters into its fourth year, the levels of displacement, insecurity and violence are reaching unprecedented levels. The majority of the displaced are women and girls, who continue to bear the brunt of thed armed conflict. More is needed from the international community to achieve safety, protection, empowerment and long-lasting peace for women and girls in South Sudan. In line with its commitments to WPS, we urge the UK government to immediately undertake the recommendations outlined in this paper.
Three years too many: the impact of conflict for women and girls in South Sudan
APPG on Women, Peace and Security: 2020 Inaugural Meeting
On Tuesday 7 January 2020, the All-Party Parliamentary Group on Women, Peace and Security (APPG-WPS) held its inaugural meeting. The meeting was chaired by Baroness Fiona Hodgson of Abinger CBE, Co-Chair of the APPG-WPS. Baroness Hodgson thanked Anne Milton MP, Read More
GAPS is hiring a Policy, Advocacy and Communications Coordinator!
*APPLICATIONS FOR THIS POSITION ARE NOW CLOSED* Apply by 6pm on Sunday 5 January to be the GAPS Policy, Advocacy and Communications Coordinator! The GAPS Policy Advocacy and Communications Coordinator will support the coordination and development of the GAPS network. The Read More
The 10 Steps: Turning Women, Peace and Security Commitments to Implementation
In 2019, the UK Government funded GAPS and its partners to undertake consultations on Women, Peace and Security to mark the 20th anniversary of United Nations Security Council Resolution 1325 in 2020. 245 organisations and individuals were consulted across 11 Read More