- Women’s participation, representation, and decision making in peace and security are expanded at all levels,
- Women’s human rights are protected and women are secure from sexual and gender-based violence,
- Solomon Islands actively prevents conflict and violence against women and girls,
- Women and girls’ priorities and rights are reflected in development and peace-building.
The Solomon Islands’ NAP includes comprehensive analysis of the ways that their conflict and post-conflict transitional justice have excluded particular impacted women and excluded them in judicial mechanisms. This plan takes concrete steps to rectify this historical oversight. The plan is particularly focused on transitional justice and on climate change, two of the largest security threats faced by the Solomon Islands, and it addresses the gendered impact of both. It also makes a positive mention of the need to better train men and boys to combat harmful gender stereotypes. In addition, it recognizes the need to include women in domestic policing forces and in the security sector in general as a critical step in including a gender perspective in peace-building.
This NAP recognizes the need to include civil society voices in transitional justice and in post-conflict peace-building. They are a critical actor in many of the action points listed in this NAP. However, civil society consultation in the drafting process was limited, and there is room for better engagement with civil society in the future.
Solomon Islands does not currently contribute peacekeeping forces.