Submissions from WPSN-C members & others

The following documents represent the opinions of the authors. They have been submitted to contribute to the larger conversation around Canada's next national action plan and the women, peace and security agenda.

Summary of #CNAPConsult Twitter conversation

Gender Issues are Security Issues: Canada’s Next C-NAP and the Conclusive Link Between Women’s Empowerment and Peace (By Sarah Tuckey, PhD Candidate and Management Consultant, April 2017)

Memory Check for a Holistic Women, Peace and Security Monitoring and Evaluation Plan (Prepared by CARE Canada for the WPSN-C as a contribution to the C-NAP Consultations, April 2017)

The Conjugal Slavery in War Project (Compiled by the Conjugal Slavery in War (CSiW) Research Project, Professor Annie Bunting, Dr. Izevbuwa Ikhimiukor, and Professor Althea-Maria Rivas for the WPSN-C as a contribution to the C-NAP Consultations, April 2017)