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Women, Peace and Security: Norway's Strategic Plan 2011-13. 2011 Progress Report
In January 2011, the Norwegian Government’s Action Plan for the Implementation of UN Security Council Resolution 1325 (2000) on Women, Peace and Security, adopted in 2006, was updated and strengthened through the launch of Women, Peace and Security: Norway’s Strategic Plan 2011-2013. The UN Security Council has adopted four new resolutions on women, peace and security (SCR 1820, 1888, 1889 and 1960), and the Norwegian framework needed to be updated. Furthermore, the action plan needed to be translated into concrete action in order to improve the reporting process and the verifiability of Norway’s implementation.
Origin date: 21.05.2012
Supplementary Report to the 8th Norwegian Report to the CEDAW Committee
Norway's Equality and Anti-Discrimination Ombud has published a supplementary report to Norway's official report to the CEDAW Committee. The Ombud has identified five main issues regarding the Norwegian gender equality policy, which they think is relevant when assessing Norway's compliance with the CEDAW Convention.
Origin date: 25.04.2012
Norway's 7th CEDAW Report
The seventh periodic report to the United Nations on Norway's implementation of the United Nations Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination against Women (CEDAW).
Origin date: 28.02.2007
Human rights 2004/2005 - Annual Report on Norway's Efforts to Promote Human Rights
For many years Norway has provided support to the United Nations, the World Bank and the regional development banks in order to strengthen funds, programmes, activities and expertise that promote gender equality. The UN Development Fund for Women (UNIFEM), the International Labour Organisation (ILO) and the World Health Organisation (WHO) are some examples of funds and organisations whose efforts targeting women and gender equality receive special support from Norway. From the chapter on gender equality; "Women’s assumption of positions of power and their entry into the public arena is a significant factor in the development of democracy and human rights. Women in Norway have attained a relatively strong position in political leadership, but less progress has been made as regards women’s influence and representation in business, the industry and the media."
Origin date: 2005
Implementation of the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights. Norway's fifth periodic report to the UN Human Rights Committee
The report summarizes: "Norwegian women are well integrated into working and political life, the welfare system ensures that poverty is a relatively marginal phenomenon and single parents, mostly women, are ensured necessary public support. This does not mean, however, that there are no gender gaps and challenges to gender equality. The most important ones are related to the economic sphere, gender-based violence and the interface between gender and other forms of discrimination such as ethnic background, disability and sexual orientation."
Origin date: 2004
Implementation of the Beijing platform for action (1997-99)
Norway’s second national report on the Follow-up to the United Nations’ Fourth World Conference on Women, Beijing 1995.
Origin date: 1999