News and Updates
ICAN launches “Gendered Community Policing: Why it matters, how to do it” in Ukrainian and Somali!
ICAN was delighted to host Ms. Fatima Al Bahadly, Director of Al Firdaws Society, Iraq, and member of the Women’s Alliance for Security Leadership in New York City and Washington, D.C. last month.
We are pleased to launch 10 Steps to Increase Women’s Participation in Peacekeeping and Reduce Sexual Exploitation and Abuse, drafted by the International Civil Society Action Network (ICAN) and the Association of War Affected Women (AWAW), and endorsed by members of the Women’s Alliance for Security Leadership (WASL)
The International Civil Society Action Network (ICAN) and the Women’s Alliance for Security Leadership (WASL) celebrated International Women’s Day with several events with the United Kingdom Foreign and Commonwealth Office on March 7 and 8, 2019.
Thalif Deen discusses the reasons behind the dramatic increase in US women legislators voted into office last November and the historic high of women candidates for the 2020 presidential elections, with comments from ICAN’s ED Sanam Naraghi Anderlini.
ICAN wishes all our friends, supporters and WASL family a peaceful and joyous NowRuz and spring.
We look forward to our continued partnerships in our quest for peace, justice and dignity for all.
We spoke to Yemeni peace activist Muna Luqman, co-founder of the Women Solidarity Network and member of the Women’s Alliance for Security Leadership (WASL), about the war in Yemen, its devastating ramifications, and about the strength of Yemeni women in the face of this destruction.
Please join ICAN, WASL, the Kroc IPJ and its Women Waging Peace members for a panel discussion: Exploring: How Do We Build More Gender Inclusive and Effective Peace Processes.
“Global Leadership, Local Partnerships Women’s Leadership and Gender Perspectives on Preventing Violent Extremism,” high-level UN meeting was attended by the Secretary-General António Guterres and more than twenty Permanent Representatives of Member States.
The governments of Norway and Jordan convened a technical meeting at the United Nations on Advancing a Holistic and Gendered Approach to Return, Rehabilitation, and Reintegration from Violent Extremism where ICAN’s Founder and Executive Director, Sanam Naraghi Anderlini moderated a conversation among members of the Women’s Alliance for Security Leadership.
The annual workshop for Security Council members addresses challenges and opportunities in implementing the WPS agenda. This year’s two-day workshop focused on conflict-related sexual violence.
ICAN and the UK’s Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO) hosted the event, “Appetite for Risk of Investing in Trust? Lessons and Best Practices from ICAN’s Innovative Peace Fund (IPF) in Supporting Local Women-led Organizations’ Peace, Security and P/CVE Work” in London, bringing together 11 WASL partners.
“The Problem Facing Transformative Change is Inertia,” Sanam Naraghi Anderlini at the Berlin Fireside Chat
At the Berlin Fireside Chat event, ICAN’s ED Sanam Naraghi Anderlini spoke about the current state of the Women, Peace and Security agenda, 19 years after UN Security Council Resolution 1325 was adopted.
ICAN’s ED Sanam Naraghi Anderlini, along with WASL members, Halima Mohamed, Mira Kusumarini, Sabrina Mowlah-Baksh, and UNDP’s Nika Saeedi, will speak at two events at the UN during the launch of the Invisible Women report.
Mira Kusumarini talks to ICAN about C-SAVE’s efforts to alter the lives of returnees and prepare their communities to accept them.