On 29 August 2017, the Council's current President, Egypt, will host the Security Council Open Debate on "United Nations Peacekeeping Operations: their Potential Contribution to the Overarching Goal of Sustaining Peace".[read more]
Do United Nations Member States forget Women, Peace and Security when discussing other matters?
Debate Watch tracks, compiles and analyzes women and gender language in statements made during the Security Council’s debates on thematic issues and, where appropriate, country-specific debates. This analysis makes it possible to determine which countries are supportive of particular issues. This in turn makes more targeted and strategic advocacy possible.
Currently, Debate Watch tracks the following thematic debates: Women, Peace and Security (including Sexual Violence in Conflict), Children and Armed Conflict, Protection of Civilians, Peacebuilding, Peacekeeping, Mediation, and Small Arms.
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