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Global Women's Studies Programme (Niamh Reilly)
UN Security Council Resolution 1325 on Women, Peace and Security: Towards an Effective and Inclusive Irish National Action Plan.
Dublin, Ireland
National Women's Council of Ireland, Trocaire, Global Women's Studies Programme, NUIG, et al
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UN Security Council Resolution 1325 National Action Plan Best Practice Guide
This Guide, authored by the Global Womenís Studies Centre (Dr. Niamh Reilly), was commissioned by NGO members of the Gender Based Violence Consortium ( and the National Women's Council of Ireland. †Its principal objective was to inform the development of an effective and inclusive Irish National Action Plan (NAP) to implement UN Security Council Resolution (UNSCR) 1325 and related commitments on women, peace and security (1820, 1888 and 1889) on the understanding that they have application in the context of Irish domestic and international policy, including†in relation to the fundamental rights of migrant women in Ireland who have come from conflict-affected settings, and to the North of Ireland and border counties, where women continue to face challenges of post-conflict transition. It draws on recommendations from previous research undertaken by the Joint Consortium on Gender Based Violence, set out in two key reports - Stepping Up Irelandís Response to Women, Peace and Security (2008) and Women, Peace and Conflict: UN SCR Resolution 1325 (2009). In addition to providing background information on UNSCR 1325 and Irelandís efforts to implement the resolution, the Guide posits eight essential steps to achieving an effective and inclusive National Action Plan.
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