Peace Track Initiative Protection and Advocacy officer Azal Al-Salafi briefed the UNSC Members during their session on Yemen in June 2022
Azal Al-Salafi Protection and Advocacy Officer Peace Track Initiative Briefed the UNSC on Yemen on behalf of the Peace Track Initiative and the Women Solidarity Network, which includes more than 350 Yemeni women leaders inside and outside the country.
Peace Track initiative director informally briefed UNSC members during Open Arria Formula Meeting, March 2021
Rasha Jarhum, Director of Peace Track Initiative and founding member of the Women Solidarity Network has delivered a brief to the UN Security Council members. The Briefing focused on women’s inclusion in UN-led peace processes.
Peace Track initiative director informally briefed UNSC members during a round table organized by UK Mission, May 2020
The Statement was delivered during the event: “On the Frontlines: The impact of the Yemeni conflict on the rights of women and children” a Roundtable organized by the UK Mission.
The statement was on behalf of The Mothers of Abductees Association, Food for Humanity, and Peace Track Initiative, members of the Women Solidarity Network. During the informal UNSC meeting organized by ICAN for WASL members on 30th July 2020.
Muna Luqmans provided a brief on the situation since the Stockholm Agreement was signed putting forward recommendations for an urgent comprehensive ceasefire.
Rasha Jarhum, Director of Peace Track Initiative and founding member of the Women Solidarity Network has delivered a brief to the UN Security Council session on Yemen. The statement was drafted jointly with the Women Solidarity Network members.