On the 18th anniversary of the passing of UN Security Resolution 1325, it is more apparent than ever that the global community needs to take the voices of women into account to build sustainable peace and security.
While civil society engagement is critical to the success of the Women, Peace and Security agenda, Catie Fowler argues that funding is also vital to implementation.
As South Sudan celebrates its newest peace agreement, will women be included for the sake of sustained piece?
Can women in politics reduce state corruption? Data seems to indicate that they can!
On World Day of Trafficking in Persons, how can the Women, Peace and Security and human trafficking agendas work together for better human rights and international security?
An interview with woman peacebuilder, Halima Farah Godane, gives insight into what it takes to create space for women to create change in her native Somalia.
OSF is excited to be publishing our Annotated Bibliography on Women, Peace and Security (out soon)! Read more here for evidence as to why this movement really works!
On July 12th 2013, Malala Yousafzai spent her sixteenth birthday at the United Nations, giving her famous speech calling for worldwide access to education. Five years later, Our Secure Future is happy to celebrate this young woman peacebuilder and all the work she has done to create a more secure world.
Why are democracies better for women's representation? Our Secure Future explains the link.