The Women, Peace and Security movement does not only apply to traditional security agencies, such as North Atlantic Treaty Organization or the Security Council.  It takes places in many forms and in many communities.  In fact, it is the recommendation of United Nations (UN) Security Council Resolution 1325 for “all actors to increase the participation of women and incorporate gender perspectives in all United Nations peace and security efforts.”  The Network for Traditional and Religious Peacemakers is doing just that by raising the voices of male and female religious leaders alike.  Without the inclusion of women in every sector of society engaging in peacebuilding, we cannot hope for sustainable peace.