The primary goal of the methodology and the survey, which were launched at CPS8, is to have some accountability and ways to measure how States and other stakeholders are doing in terms of implementing CSP5 decisions and recommendations.
The methodology provides a comprehensive view of how gender and GBV should be factored in within the ATT and related processes. The ATT stakeholder survey is intended for both State Parties and signatories and responses will provide valuable information on the implementation of CSP5 gender and GBV related commitments that may not be publicly available.
The survey is also expected to fill existing gaps in knowledge, information sharing, and reporting. To complement the collective methodology, Control Arms is in the process of developing short case studies on a few States Parties that demonstrate exceptional work in the gender and GBV areas. Highlighting these positive examples can serve as guidance, at the regional and international levels, for States that are at different stages with regard to the implementation of gender and GBV commitments in the context of the ATT, and more broadly to their gender evolution.