The Question Concerning Haiti - Security Council, 9377th Meeting

Preview Language:   Six Official
14-Jul-2023 00:25:45
Open debate in connection with "Conflict-related sexual violence: promoting implementation of Security Council resolutions on conflict-related sexual violence" under the agenda item "Women and peace and security" S/2023/413, S/2023/476.

Available Languages: Arabic, Chinese, English, French, Original, Russian, Spanish
Type
Language
Format
Acquire
/
Six Official
Other Formats
Description
Security Council Extends Mandate of United Nations Integrated Office in Haiti, Unanimously Adopting Resolution 2692 (2023)
The Security Council today extended the mandate of the United Nations Integrated Office in Haiti (BINUH) until 15 July 2024, deciding that its police and corrections unit will include up to 70 civilian and seconded personnel serving as police and corrections advisers to scale up its strategic and advisory support to the training and investigation capacities of the Haitian National Police, and that its human rights unit will include dedicated capacity to address sexual and gender-based violence including the identification of women’s protection advisers.

Unanimously adopting resolution 2692 (2023) (to be issued as document S/RES/2692(2023)), the Council reiterated the need for all Haitian stakeholders to continue to facilitate a Haitian-led, Haitian-owned political process to permit the organizing of free, fair and credible legislative and presidential elections, and with the full, equal, meaningful and safe participation of women and the engagement of youth, civil society and other relevant stakeholders through an inclusive inter-Haitian national dialogue. It further requests all Haitian stakeholders to urgently reach an agreement on a sustainable, time-bound and commonly accepted road map for elections.
Geographic Subjects
Corporate Subjects
Parent ID
3069681
Asset ID
3070466