30 October  2020

Together with 10 track II actors, ORG has issued a statement on the twentieth anniversary of the United Nations Security Council Resolution 1325, on women, peace, and security.  Since its establishment, much progress has been made to advance women’s meaningful participation in peace and security. However, much remains to be done in terms of implementation – and all actors across all tracks need to demonstrate their commitment through concrete actions. As such, ORG joined several other organisations in calling for greater progress on the agenda's implementation, outlining the areas that need to be addressed.    

Co-signatures of the statement

Berghof Foundation

Center for Applied Research in Partnership with the Orient

Centre for Humanitarian Dialogue

Crisis Management Initiative 

Geneva Centre for Security Sector Governance (DCAF)

European Institute of Peace

International Institute for Democracy and Electoral Assistance

Oxford Research Group

Search for Common Ground

Saferworld

Women's International League for Peace and Freedom

Read the statement