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Women, Peace, and Security ’clinic’
Torsdag 04 April 2019, 10:00 - 12:00
Kontakt Alex Shoebridge (

The 'Women, Peace, and Security' agenda presents an ambitious normative framework that calls for women and girls to have greater engagement and influence across various aspects relating to peace and security. Yet, almost 20 years after the UN Security Council Resolution 1325 was passed, practical experiences of advancing the WPS through programming and engagement at country level remains uneven, at best. Oftentimes, aspects relating to the WPS agenda are added in a tokenistic manner to existing projects or programmes. Or, alternatively, any issues relating to gender are seen to contribute to advancing WPS. This two-hour 'clinic' is offered for relevant colleagues working on WPS programme activities, with a view to providing a space to engage with WPS experts to gain insight into lessons learned and good practices which could provide ideas on how to strengthen the contribution of programming to the WPS agenda.


Sted Oxfam IBIS, Vestrebrogade 2B
RSVP before Friday 29th of March to Alex Shoebridge (