Peace for Gender Equality | NGO CSW/NY On 19th September 2023 SCRAP Weapons’ Project Coordinator, Eloisa Romani, intervened as a panelist at the NGO CSW/NY’s September meeting. The meeting addressed women, youth, peace and security (WYPS), an analysis of the New Agenda for Peace with a gender perspective, and reflections on the SDG Summit in …

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The Disarmament Agenda Is Seriously Stalled. The General Assembly Can Revive It. Eloisa Romain Project Coordinator, SCRAP Weapons Zahraa Kapasi Consultant, SCRAP Weapons This article was originally published on PassBlue on 8th August 2023. For the disarmament agenda to progress, its machinery needs to be revisited. Current efforts by the Conference on Disarmament — the United Nations body …

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Even though the world’s big nuclear weapons states today did not adopt it, the TPNW is going to change the conversation on nuclear weapons, how we learn about nuclear weapons, how we talk about them, and who can talk about them.

SCRAP Weapons wants to highlight the achievements of Feminist Leadership in Disarmament, with a specific focus on women in the Global South and the work that they have been selflessly doing for decades.

2020 marks the 25th anniversary from the Beijing Declaration, which promoted the most visionary agenda in terms of gender equality in many areas, including security. Yet, big gaps remain to be filled.

Women and Conflict India Achilles Research Team, SCRAP Weapons How Peacebuiding Efforts Can Benefit Us All Sexual violence is continually used as a tool to harm and humiliate women; it’s reported that 50,000 women were raped during the Bosnian war and 250,000 during the Rwandan genocide, while 90% of Afghan women are said to experience …

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