Scorecards by Country

China

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Scorecards
 
Security Council Actions
Women, Peace and Security Financing
International Gender and Human Rights Indicators
Peacekeeping Operations
Prevention
Participation
Protection
Recovery Support
2010
20.0
35.0
65.2
53.1
17.5
49.1
57.0
42.1
2011
14.9
35.0
65.3
52.3
17.5
48.6
57.0
42.1
2012
2.9
13.0
63.4
52.9
18.8
48.9
57.0
45.6
2013
27.8
35.0
63.1
52.9
19.5
50.6
49.5
56.9
2014
10.8
85.0
63.3
52.7
20.0
48.3
65.6
56.9
2015
42.6
0.0
59.1
52.8
20.8
46.1
70.6
64.7
2016
25.9
10.0
57.1
54.9
17.5
46.5
70.6
64.7

Key Gaps

What are the key gaps?

  1. Failure to mainstream the mutually reinforcing nature of women’s participation and protection in its work on all issues related to peace and security;
  2. Failure to ratify the Arms Trade Treaty and include women’s rights groups in national commissions on SALW control;
  3. Failure to develop specific commitments to advance gender justice worldwide;
  4. Absence of a 1325 National Action Plan with a clear allocated budget developed in consultations with civil society organisations;
  5. Failure to ratify all international human rights treaties, including the Optional Protocol to CEDAW;
  6. Failure to provide training on gender equality and women’s empowerment as part of the core training curriculum of security system personnel at all levels;
  7. Failure to provide predictable, accessible, and flexible financial support to the issue of women, peace and security;
  8. Resistance to participate in the global responsibility-sharing concerning the current refugee crisis.

Overview of indicators

International Actions

Security Council Actions

Women, Peace and Security Financing

International Gender and Human Rights Indicators

Peacekeeping Operations

National Actions

Prevention

Participation

Protection

Recovery Support