(Resumed) Women's participation in international peace and security: from theory to practice - Security Council, 9452nd meeting

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(Resumed) Women's participation in international peace and security: from theory to practice.

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The annual open debate will provide an opportunity to reflect on the possible bias of implementation efforts, reaffirm the importance ofnbsp;resolution 1325 (2000)nbsp;and set goals in preparation for its twenty-fifth year, in 2025, particularly with regard to some of its core commitments, namely:

The full, equal and meaningful participation of women in peace processes and decision-making in conflict situations and the systematic use of a gender perspective in the negotiation and implementation of peace agreements at the United Nations, and at the international and national levels

Respect for international law applicable to the rights and protection of women and girls by parties to armed conflict, including special measures to support survivors and end impunity, as well as accountability for sexual exploitation, harassment and abuse

Efforts to ensure that Security Council deliberations and decisions take account of gender issues and women's rights, including consultation with local and international women's groups


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