Maximizing the Impact of UN Security Council Resolution 1325: 10 Years On
Turner, Nicholas, Zuber, Robert and Ayo, Cristina (2010). Maximizing the Impact of UN Security Council Resolution 1325: 10 Years On. United Nations University Press.
Author Turner, Nicholas
Title Maximizing the Impact of UN Security Council Resolution 1325: 10 Years On Volume/Issue No. 8 Publication Date 2010-12-26 Place of Publication Tokyo Publisher United Nations University Press Pages 7 Language eng Abstract Over the past decade the critical importance of women’s participation in peace processes and policies has been recognized through numerous international institutions, resolutions and state commitments—including UN Security Council resolution 1325 (SCR 1325), adopted in October 2000. A limited number of states have adopted SCR 1325 action plans, and a set of global indicators to track implementation was finally approved by the Security Council on 26 October 2010. Despite the promise of SCR 1325, many experts and advocates have been disappointed with the progress made by states and by the UN system. This brief assesses the 10 years since the adoption of SCR 1325, identifying lessons learned and emerging best practices, as well as shortcomings. It suggests what can be done to energize and advance the implementation of SCR 1325 in the near future, and recommends ways in which new actors can contribute to this process, including the newly-established UN Women. Copyright Holder United Nations University Copyright Year 2010 Copyright type Creative commons ISSN 18148026 ISBN 9789280830910
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