Baghdad, The Secretary-General of the Council of Ministers Mahdi Al-Alaq said that the second national plan of UN Security Council Resolution 1325 on women's affairs, peace and security is based on two principles: establishing a firm system of control in ministries and focusing on human capacity building programs.
This came during Alaq's meeting with a joint delegation from the Global Network of Women Peacemakers, the Comprehensive Peace Foundation, and the representative of the Canadian government program and the coordinator of the national team in Iraq.
The meeting discussed the plan of action of the second national plan and highlighted the challenges and gaps facing it in the coming stage. The delegation expressed its intention to provide technical support to the national team to develop the second plan according to budget, media, women's agenda and peace, Reporting, follow-up and evaluation), with support from the Canadian government. "
The meeting reviewed the most important work carried out during the visit for the period from 10 to 13 of November, which aims to achieve a series of meetings of the Coordination Committee and its representatives and the sectoral teams in the ministries and the Kurdistan region, as well as organizing an information workshop in Erbil for journalists and media on the agenda of women, security and peace, and a workshop in Beirut to provide technical support to the national team in the development of the second plan. "
Source: National Iraqi News Agency