Welcome and Thank You

Hi, and thanks for your time to provide some input in the 2018 Women, Peace and Security Civil Society Roundtable. 

All of your comments provided here are done so anonymously - no names are attributable via this survey format. The results from the survey will be collated with the outcomes from the face to face roundtables and will inform the Civil Society/Government Policy Dialogue on November 29th. 


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* 1. Looking Back: What worked really well in relation to how CSOs, civil society networks, communities, marginalized groups etc. were engaged in the design and implementation of the first NAP? 

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* 2. Looking Back: How well did CSO’s, partners and government work together in the design and implementation? Which strategies of engagement worked, which ones failed and why?

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* 3. Looking Back: What could CSO’s, the WPS Coalition and Government do differently as a result?

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* 4. Looking Around: Refer to background paper: What are the best examples of effective civil society engagement in government-led plans/process (particular to the Australian context) that we can draw on from the paper to inform civil society’s engagement in the 2nd NAP?

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* 5. Looking Around: What are the enabling factors that create good practice of civil society engagement?

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* 6. Looking Around: What are the key challenges faced by civil society organisations in engaging with the NAP and how should these be addressed?

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* 7. Looking Forward: What are the current challenges around civil society engagement in the development and implementation of the 2nd NAP?

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* 8. Looking Forward: What will enable good practice engagement within civil society, and between civil society and government on development and implementation of the 2nd NAP?

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* 9. Looking Forward: What key principles must frame civil society’s engagement in the 2nd NAP?

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* 10. Looking Forward: What mechanisms/processes should be established to promote ongoing engagement i) across civil society and ii) between civil society and the Government (including government departments) on the 2nd NAP, and during the implementation of the 2nd NAP?

How should these mechanisms/processes be resourced?

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