General Assembly resolution 65/69 recognizes the valuable contribution of women to practical disarmament measures in the prevention and reduction of armed violence and armed conflict, and in promoting disarmament, non-proliferation and arms control and calls for the promotion of the equitable representation of women in all decision-making processes with regard to matters related to disarmament, non-proliferation and arms control.
UNLIREC supports implementation of this resolution by working with national and regional arms control and regulating authorities, law enforcement, judicial operators and legislators to:
UNLIRECs Forces of Change II publication highlights the contribution of Latin American and Caribbean women to disarmament25 Nov 14
United Nations promotes women as forces of change in the combat against illicit trafficking in small arms in Latin America and Caribbean25 Sep 12
UNLIREC's First Symposium on Women and Security held in Peru for over 40 women 'Forces of Change' from the region12 Dec 17
Forces of Change III: Latin American and Caribbean women share experiences on disarmament, security and implementation of the Sustainable Development Goal
Forces of Change II: Recognizing the Contribution of Latin American and Caribbean Women to Disarmament
Forces of Change: Profiles of Latina American and Caribbean Women Combating Illicit Trafficking in Small Arms