National Action Plan M&E Toolkit Launched at UN Global Review
At the recent Global Review of UNSCR 1325, hosted by UN Women, I unveiled Resolution to Act’s newest resource: the National Action Plan (NAP) Monitoring and Evaluation Toolkit. Building on the efforts of UN Women and other key actors, the NAP Toolkit offers resources for stakeholders to evaluate NAP progress—and, more importantly, impact. Users can […]
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The Danger of the “Women’s Issues” Label
In between assessing the progress of Bosnia’s National Action Plan on Women, Peace, and Security and developing a toolkit for NAP monitoring and evaluation, Angelic Young, Senior Coordinator of Resolution to Act, found the time to pen an insightful piece for PolicyMic on why so-called “women’s issues” are actually human issues. The frequent framing of […]
What’s Missing from the US National Action Plan on Women, Peace, and Security?
The US administration made major headway in the area of women, peace, and security with the announcement of the National Action Plan in December 2011. But the NAP lacks a practical element it needs to be sustainable and successful. The administration is now creating implementation plans to accompany the NAP, but there’s a lot of […]