January 11, 2018 At Our Secure Future, we strive to flip the age-old victimization narrative of violence against women on its head to emphasize women’s empowerment and agency. However, the victimization narrative is far too common and one example of it can be found in a poll released by the Thomson Reuters
January 02, 2018 On January 1st, we published our New Year’s Resolutions in Women, Peace and Security. Not everyone has the same Olympic-level goals, but there are many resolutions you can also make to further the WPS agenda this year, both large and small. Here are some suggestions:
December 18, 2017 Photos clockwise from top left: Women in Uruguay participate in 16 Days of Activism Against Gender-Based Violence; UN Women/Sahand Minae; Girls at 16 Days of Activism in Bangladesh; UN Women/Saikat MajumdarYoo Soon-taek, the wife of Secretary-Gen
December 15, 2017 In October 2017, the US Congress and the President officially passed the Women, Peace, and Security Act. The law is a major milestone in recognizing the link between gender equality and the security of states.