Publishes own research on women and peacebuilding. Topics include: conflict prevention, demobilization/disarmament/reintegration, democracy and governance, negotiation and mediation, post-conflict reconstruction, security sector, transitional justice, UN Women, Peace and Security Resolutions.
From the website: The PeaceWomen Programme promotes the role of women in preventing conflict, and the equal and full participation of women in all efforts to create and maintain international peace and security. PeaceWomen monitors and advocates for the rapid and full implementation of the United Nations Security Council Resolutions on Women, peace and security, Security Council Resolution 1325 (2000) and the subsequent Security Council resolutions 1820 (2008); 1888 (2009); 1889 (2009); 1960 (2010); 2106 (2013); and 2122 (2013).
Six core areas of action: monitoring the UN Security Council’s implementation of SCR1325; providing a comprehensive online information source on women, peace and security at http://www.peacewomen.org; monitoring the UN system’s implementation of SCR1325; advocating for the rapid and full implementation of SCR 1325 and related resolutions; managing the translation initiative and general outreach related to women, peace and security.
Collection of research and data on women in peace and security. Maintained by the Consortium on Gender, Security, and Human Rights and the Social Science Research Council.