Advancing ASEAN Women, Peace and Security Agenda

19 Aug 2019 1.30 PM - 19 Aug 2019 3.30 PM
CSIS Meeting Room (R.542) Pakarti Centre Building, 5th Floor Jl. Tanah Abang III No. 23-27 Jakarta 10160

Seminar

Advancing ASEAN Women, Peace and Security Agenda

 

Speakers

H.E. Ambassador Diedrah Kelly

Ambassador of Canada to ASEAN

 

Dwi Rubiyanti Kholifah

Country Director, Asian Muslim Action Network

 

Rachel Arinii Judhistari

ASEAN Advocacy Program Manager, Asian Forum for Human Rights and Development

 

 

Moderator

 

Dr. Fitriani

Researcher, International Relations Department, CSIS

 

 

Monday, 19 August 2019

13:30–15:30

CSIS Meeting Room (R.542)

Pakarti Centre Building, 5th Floor

Jl. Tanah Abang III No. 23-27

Jakarta 10160

 

 

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Dress code: smart casual

Please be seated 10 minutes before the seminar starts    

 

                                                                                                                                         

Advancing ASEAN Women, Peace and Security Agenda

Despite the adoption of the Joint Statement on Promoting the Women, Peace and Security agenda throughout the region by the 2017 ASEAN Summit and an AIPR-led registry of women involved in peace research and processes in December 2018, ASEAN still has homework to advance the agenda further. Progresses from individual member countries unfortunately are not as expeditious as expected. Among its 10 members, only Philippines and Indonesia who have already adopted its National Action Plan respectively. This event would like to discuss several issues including the latest progress on the implementation of the Joint Statement, challenges and limitations in ASEAN member states, and the lesson learned from Indonesia's case and also Canada as a leading state on the issue.

 

 

About the Women, Peace and Security Forum

The Forum functions for gathering communities’ aspirations, as well as monitoring ASEAN latest developments and challenges, in pursuing Women, Peace and Security agenda. The Forum is an initiative of the Centre for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) Jakarta to mainstream the agenda of Women, Peace and Security in ASEAN by increasing engagement through public discussion and raising awareness by issuing publications to support women’s equal, full and effective participation in the creation and maintenance of peace.

 

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