Rogova attended the Second Annual Meeting of the NATO Advisory Panel on Resolution 1325
Photo credit: NATO’s Special Representative for Women,Peace and Security
02.11.2018
Opened by H.E. Rose Gottemoeller, Deputy Secretary General, NATO, on October 8th at #NATO HQ in Brussels, the two-day NATO Civil Society Advisory Panel (CSAP) on Women, Peace and Security began its third Annual Meeting. CSAP brought together 28 individuals and institutions from countries/areas experiencing conflict, including Afghanistan and Ukraine, as well as countries engaged in supporting peacebuilding. KWN Executive Director Igballe Rogova has been a CSAP member since 2016, and also participated in this meeting.
       The Civil Society Advisory Panel discussed new NATO’s policy and action plan for the implementation of UNSCR1325 and related Resolutions on Women, Peace and Security across NATO’s core tasks. It agreed its work methods for advising NATO on the implementation and revision of this policy and action plan and planned a series of activities.

 

 NATO and its partners acknowledge the importance of the civil society role in promoting the Women, Peace and Security agenda, women and girls’ empowerment and protection of their rights. Through the Civil Society Advisory Panel on Women, Peace and Security, NATO wishes to systematically benefit from the knowledge and expertise of civil society in order to further develop the Women, Peace and Security agenda.
 

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