1325 Network Finland
1325 Network Finland is an open network established in 2006. The network consist of non-governmental organizations and independent researches as well as experts that work for the promotion of human rights and equality.
The objective of the network is to enhance the implementation of the United Nations Security Council Resolution 1325 ”Women, Peace and Security” in Finland. The network follows up the implementation of the Finnish National Action Plan 1325 by the government, gathers information about research reports and articles written about the theme and disseminates such information, and organizes training for members of certain non-governmental organizations. The network also organizes seminars, takes part in public discussion on crisis management, sends representatives to international seminars and communicates with the respective networks in other countries.
The organizations that belong to the Finnish 1325 Network are: Finland National Committee for UN Women; the Finnish League for Human Rights; Amnesty International’s Finnish Section; the Family Federation; the Feminist Association Union; the Coalition on Finnish Women’s Associations, NYTKIS; the National Council of Women in Finland; the UN Association of Finland; the Crisis Management Initiative; the Young Women’s Christian Association, YWCA; the Women Journalists in Finland; Zonta International District 20; Finn Church Aid; African Care; Political Parties of Finland for Democracy, DEMO Finland; the Finnish Federation of University Women; the Wider Security Network, WISE and the Finnish Evangelical Lutheran Mission, FELM.
1325 Network Finland is coordinated and administered by Finland National Committee for UN Women.
Phone: +358 9 6940 944
Address: Työpajankatu 10 A, 4th floor, 00580 Helsinki, Finland
Coordinator, Ms. Sara Haapalainen
Chair, Ms. Helena Ranta