A shared UK government approach to gender in Syria

This approach explains how the UK government will prioritise work to challenge the growing gender inequality in Syria.


A shared UK government approach to gender in Syria

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The UK government’s Women, Peace and Security (WPS) agenda aims to strengthen the UK’s ability to reduce the impact of conflict on women and girls and achieve gender equality.

The Shared UK Government Approach to Gender in Syria brings together the UK’s WPS commitments alongside other gender-related commitments. It sets out how the UK government will use the full range of levers available to us in our work in Syria to support change for women and girls.

The approach focuses on 3 strategic outcome areas:

  • programme and policy
  • decision-making
  • sexual and gender-based violence
Published 5 March 2018