Supporting gender mainstreamed policies, programmes and actions in the fight against small arms trafficking and misuse, in line with the Women, Peace and Security agenda

Between 2019 and 2022 UNODA implements a global project in support of gender mainstreamed policies, programmes and actions in the fight against small arms trafficking and misuse, in line with the Women, Peace and Security agenda with funding from the European Union.

The project seeks to contribute to international peace, security, gender equality and sustainable development by enhancing the effectiveness of small arms control through the promotion of a gender-responsive framework and by promoting the equitable and meaningful participation of women in all arms control decision-making processes. The project supports the full and effective implementation of the Programme of Action on small arms and light weapons and contributes to the implementation of the WPS agenda, Goal 5 and 16 of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development and the United Nations Secretary-General’s Agenda for Disarmament.


IN-COUNTRY TRAINING PROGRAMMES IN EIGHTEEN COUNTRIES

ASIA AND THE PACIFIC
2021
July
CambodiaWebinar series on gender and small arms control
2021
July
LaosHybrid training on gender mainstreaming small arms control
2021
February
Timor-LesteIn-country training programme on gender-mainstreaming small arms control and Workshop on the establishment of a national coordinating mechanism on SALW and Programme of Action reporting


PUBLICATIONS


PROMOTING THE LINKAGES BETWEEN SMALL ARMS CONTROL AND THE BROADER INTERNATIONAL POLICY AGENDA


REGIONAL INITIATIVES


CIVIL SOCIETY COLLABORATION IN SUPPORT OF LOCAL COMMUNITIES

UNODA partners with the International Action Network on Small Arms (IANSA). Here is some of their work.


OUR PROJECT PARTNERS

This project is funded by the European Union