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Evaluation of the Danish National Action Plan for the implementation of UN Security Council Resolution 1325 on Women, Peace and Security

The overall purpose of the evaluation of Denmark’s second and third UNSCR 1325 National Action Plans (NAPs) (2008-13 and 2014-19) is to learn from implementation and inform the development and strategic direction of the next NAP. The evaluation there has a forward-looking perspective and its ambition is to provide an evidence-base for a wider debate on Denmark’s engagement in fragility and women’s role in conflict, as well as Denmark’s engagement in realizing the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

The objectives of the evaluation are threefold: 1) to document the results of Danish policy influence and programmatic and operational engagements against stated priorities of the Danish SCR 1325 NAP; 2) to assess the relevance of the Danish NAP against an evolving WPS agenda, including a focus on the achievement of the SDGs – in particular SDG 5 and 16; 3) on the basis of the lessons learned, to inform decision-making on the strategic and operational direction of a NAP on SCR 1325 after 2020, its coherence with overall Danish priorities and actions in the context of current political priorities.

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