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Public Consultation on Ireland’s renewed National Action Plan on Women, Peace and Security

Conflict Resolution Unit is now leading the development of renewing Ireland’s National Action Plan on Women, Peace and Security. This plan will set out the whole-of-government actions Ireland will take to implement the seven Women, Peace and Security resolutions of the United Nations Security Council. These resolutions recognise the distinct adverse effect of conflict on women and girls, as well as the importance of women’s participation in decision making in order to build sustainable peace.

Conflict Resolution Unit, along with the Consultative Group established to input into the process, has undertaken substantial consultation on Ireland’s next National Action Plan.

A public consultation process on the development of Ireland’s second National Action Plan on Women, Peace and Security was opened through the publication of a Consultation Paper which sought the views of interested stakeholders on what should be prioritised in Ireland’s renewed NAP.

37 Submissions were received in total from a combination of Civil Society, Academics and Individuals. Individual submissions can be found using the links below. We have not uploaded submissions where we have not received express permission to do so.

Submissions to Public Consultation:

  1. AkiDwA
  2. Center for Conflict, Negotiation and Recovery
  3. Committee on the Administration of Justice
  4. Dr Catherine O'Rourke
  5. Dublin Rape Crisis Centre
  6. Front Line Defenders
  7. Global Justice Center
  8. Global Network of Women Peacebuilders
  9. IBIS Roundtable Report: Implementing UNSCR 1325 in Ireland and in the USA
  10. Institute for Conflict Research
  11. International Alert
  12. International Campaign to Ban Landmines - Cluster Munition Coalition
  13. Irish Consortium on Gender Based Violence
  14. Irish Family Planning Association
  15. Irish Federation of University Women
  16. Joint Submission from the Centre for Disability Law and CBM
  17. Karen McMinn
  18. Liberia Solidarity Group
  19. Liz Mc Manus
  20. National Women's Council of Ireland
  21. Northern Ireland Assembly All Party Working Group on UNSCR 1325
  22. Northern Ireland Women's European Platform
  23. Public Appointments for Northern Ireland
  24. Relatives for Justice
  25. Sarah Clancy
  26. Shirley Graham
  27. Soroptimists ROI
  28. The Centre for Cross Border Studies
  29. The Oireachtas All-Party Interest Group on Sexual and Reproductive Health Rights
  30. Training for Women Network
  31. TrĂ³caire
  32. UN Women UK - NI branch
  33. Wezesha
  34. Women in Media & Entertainment