Looking Back, Looking Forward: Report of the Joint Government-Civil Society Consultation on a New Canadian National Action Plan (C-NAP) for the Implementation of United Nations Security Council Resolution 1325

Video: Context and Opportunities for Canada

Video: Lessons Learned on Building Effective Women, Peace and Security National Action Plans

Webinar Recording: Canadian Policies on Refugees: A Women, Peace and Security Perspective

Diana Sarosi talks with Muzna Dureid and Fahima Hashim

Webinar Recording: More than Counting Women in the Military: Women, Peace and Security Perspectives in Canada's Defence Policy

Beth Woroniuk talks with Stéfanie von Hlatky and Maya Eichler

Webinar Recording: Feminist Foreign Policy & International Assistance: Lessons for Canada’s Next National Action Plan

Sarah Tuckey talks with Rebecca Tiessen, from the University of Ottawa, and Rebecca Wolsak of InterPares.

Consultation Documents


Background documents from Global Affairs Canada & the Women, Peace and Security Network Canada

Summary of the Evaluation: Consultations on Canada’s National Action Plan on Women, Peace and Security

participants in any/all parts of the consultations were invited to complete an online evaluation


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Canada’s National Action Plan (C-NAP) for the implementation of UN Security Council Resolution 1325 on Women, Peace and Security (WPS) was launched in 2010 and expired in March 2016.

The global history of WPS implementation indicates that close cooperation with civil society experts is an important element.

The Government and civil society, under the auspices of the Women, Peace and Security Network – Canada (WPSN-C), will co-chair a two day consultation conference. The conference will bring together the government C-NAP partners and civil society experts to build on the consultations on development assistance and defence of the past year, exchange information on C-NAP renewal and work collaboratively in developing an ambitious and robust renewed C-NAP.