Turning the Tide: Syrian Women’s Rights Organisations on the Transitional Justice Map

In this report released together with our partner Dawlaty, we map the contextual and organisational challenges Syrian women-led and feminist organisations working inside Syria, Lebanon, and Turkey face when it comes to transitional justice. The mapping assessed a total of 66 Syrian women-led grassroots organisations.

Locked Out During Lockdown: An Analysis of the UN System during COVID-19

In this report published during the 75th session of the UN General Assembly, WILPF analyses the UN’s processes and forums during COVID-19 in the areas of disarmament, human rights, and women, peace, and security. The report particularly focuses on transparency and accessibility to civil society.

COVID-19 and Gender Justice: Feminists in MENA Defying Global Structural Failure

This report highlights the risks facing women’s rights and feminist organisations in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region. It provides multi-disciplinary stakeholders and activists with a concrete set of recommendations, with the overall aim of advancing the stability and progress of feminist organisations, movements, and agendas in MENA.

UNSCR 1325 at 20 years: Perspectives from Feminist Peace Activists and Civil Society

This report is based on a series of global interviews, consultations, and meetings with feminist peace activists — the key actors who advocated for the adoption of UNSCR 1325. It documents their assessment of the past 20 years of implementation, and what more must be done to ensure women’s meaningful participation and prevent violence.