Inter-generational conversations with diverse young women, women leaders from the disability rights and faith communities, peace builders and traditional leaders were provided with a space to talk, write and share reflections and recommendations on local actions that must be part of the global peace, security and humanitarian action agenda.
Our Technical Adviser, Sharon Bhagwan Rolls is a member of a multi-stakeholder taskforce, which includes the Governments of Mexico and France, civil society and UN Women and has been guiding the development of the Generation Equality Forum WPS & Humanitarian Action Compact launched in October.
The Feminist Humanitarian Network is a member of the Compact Board and Global Partnership for the Prevention of Armed Conflict is a Catalytic member of the Compact, and STPC members are actively engaged in both networks.
Find out more via “Beijing+25: Is the Generation Equality Compact on WPS and Humanitarian Action Fit for Purpose?” Watch here: https://youtu.be/zmKtfqqOyzU
We’re proud to be part of a global network of feminist organising to shift the power including in resourcing women-led localisation to redesign the disaster management and humanitarian system. A fantastic recognition of the Feminist Humanitarian Network: https://startnetwork.org/change-maker-operates-collectively.