PTI submitted a contribution to Women, Peace and Security Network – Canada (WPSN-C’s) CNAP review on How can Canada Support Feminist Peace in Yemen.
As the world celebrates the 20th 2020 anniversary of the United Nations Security Council resolution (UNSCR) 1325 on Women, Peace, and Security, Yemen has finally joined as the fifth country in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region to develop a National Action Plan (NAP). In this paper, we shed light on gaps and recommendations to move forward in implementation.
PeaceTech Lab, Peace Track Initiative, and Development Transformations have partnered to produce “Yemen: A Lexicon of Hate Speech Terms” which is a tool that stakeholders can use to identify and curb the use of specific hate speech terms on Yemen’s social media platforms to help bring an end to violence.
Will the UN draft Joint Declaration lead to a ceasefire or a continuation of hostilities? check out our analysis of the draft proposed by OSE to Yemen in 2020.
Rasha Jarhum co-authored a report on assessing the implementation of the UNSCR 1325 Women, Peace, and Security Agenda in the Arab States Region.
Rasha Jarhum co-authored a report on Iraqi Women after Coalition Military Operation. Published by the Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom.
In 2016, more than 70 women leaders from Yemen developed a Women, Peace, and Security National Agenda and shared it with the UN Envoy to Yemen office, the ambassador’s sponsors of the peace process in Yemen, and the security council. In June 2017, the Security Council acknowledged receiving the agenda.