The Women's Foreign Policy Group (Washington, DC and New York, NY)
In 2018, WIIS and the Women's Foreign Policy Group (WFPG) on key professional development and mentoring activities. WFPG promotes and supports women’s leadership by
highlighting and providing greater visibility for women leaders in foreign policy, amplifying their voices, and raising up role models for the next generation. Find more about the Women's
Foreign Policy Group on their website.
The Embassy of Liechtenstein (Washington, DC)
Since 2016, the embassy of Liechtenstein and WIIS have partnered on a series of roundtables and policy briefs on the gender dimensions of key international security challenges. For more see publications and programs.
The Embassy of Liechtenstein seeks to build an engaged partnership and dialogue with the US not only in Washington but throughout the 50 states at all levels from political and economic to cultural and academic. For more see the Embassy of Liechtenstein's website.
TRENDS Research and Advisory (Abu Dhabi, UAE)
In December 2017 WIIS signed a partnership agreement with Trends Research and Advisory and co-hosted an international conference on The Gender Dimensions of International Peace and Security: Keys to Prosperity and Peace in Abu Dhabi. It also provided gender training to UAE officials. For more see TRENDS Research and Advisory's website.
Casimir Pulaski Foundation (Warsaw, Poland)
In November 2017, WIIS entered into a partnership with the Casimir Pulaski Foundation. At its annual Security Forum WIIS hosted a panel on Women and preventing Violent Extremism. The 2017 Annual Security Forum also saw the launch of WIIS Poland.
U.S. Civil Society Working Group (Washington, DC)
The U.S. Civil Society Working Group on Women, Peace, and Security (CSWG) is a network of experts, NGOs, and academics with years of experience working on issues involving women, war, and peace. Inspired by and building upon the international Women, Peace, and Security agenda, the CSWG informs, promotes, facilitates, and monitors the meaningful implementation of the U.S. National Action Plan on Women, Peace, and Security and the Women, Peace and Security Act adopted by the U.S. Congress in October 2017.
The CSWG was created in July 2010 to encourage and to support the U.S. Government’s efforts in the adoption of a National Action Plan (NAP) focused on Women, Peace and Security.
The U.S. Institute of Peace acts as the non-partisan, independent secretariat of the working group. Because the U.S. CSWG’s members are primarily non-governmental and academic institutions, the non-partisan nature of USIP has been vital to the group’s success and allowed organizations across the political spectrum to join and participate in the working group. WIIS functions as the fiscal agent of the Group.
For more information on the Group see the USIP website at https://www.usip.org/programs/advancing-women-peace-and-security
U.S. CSWG Member Organizations
- 4Girls GLocal Leadership
- Alliance for Peacebuilding
- American Red Cross
- Amnesty International USA
- Asia Foundation
- Baha’is of the United States
- Equality Now
- Fuller Project for International Reporting
- Futures Without Violence
- George Washington University Program on Gender Equality in International Affairs
- Georgetown Institute for Women, Peace & Security
- Human Rights Watch
- Inclusive Security
- Institute for State Effectiveness
- International Center for Research on Women (ICRW)
- International Civil Society Action Network (ICAN)
- International Foundation for Electoral Systems (IFES)
- International Republican Institute (IRI)
- International Research and Exchanges Board (IREX)
- Mina’s List
- National Democratic Institute
- Our Secure Future: Women Make the Difference
- Peace X Peace
- Promundo – U.S.
- Protect the People
- Strategy for Humanity
- The Tahrir Institute for Middle East Policy (TIMEP)
- United Nations Association of the United States of America
- S. National Committee of UN Women
- Vital Voices Global Partnership
- WomanStats Project
- Women Enabled International
- Women for Afghan Women
- Women for Women International
- Women In International Security (WIIS)
- Women of Color Advancing Peace and Security (WCAPS)
- Women’s Action for New Directions (WAND)
- Women’s Refugee Commission
WIIS Corporate and Institutional Contributors
- Carnegie Corporation of New York
- Cohen Group
- Global Center on Cooperative Security
- Harvard University
- John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation
- LcHoesGroup, LLC
- Liechtenstein Embassy in Washington. D.C.
- Nuclear Threat Initiative
- School of International and Public Affairs, Columbia University
We thank our past contributors:
WIIS has partnered with many organizations throughout its history. The following are just a sampling of the organizations that have worked with WIIS or supported our mission with funding.