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  • Date: Saturday, December 16, 2017

    2327, Participation

    Security Council Agenda Geographical Topic: 
    South Sudan
    PeaceWomen Consolidated Themes: 
    Participation
    Extract: 

    Takes note of the TGNU’s announcement to conduct an inclusive national dialogue, strongly urges all parties to engage in an open and fully inclusive national political dialogue seeking to implement lasting peace, reconciliation and good governance, including through the full and effective participation of youth, women, diverse communities, faith groups, civil society, and all political parties, calls upon all parties to ensure women’s full and effective representation and leadership in all conflict resolution and peacebuilding efforts including through support to women’s civil society organizations, and encourages the efforts of the JMEC, IGAD, the AU, and the United Nations to support implementation of the Agreement;

    Requests UNMISS to take fully into account gender considerations as a crosscutting issue throughout its mandate, reaffirms the importance of appropriate gender expertise and training in all missions mandated by the Security Council, and further encourages Troop- and Police-contributing Countries to take measures to increase the deployment of women in the military, police, and civilian components of the Mission;

  • Date: Saturday, December 16, 2017

    2327, SGBV

    Security Council Agenda Geographical Topic: 
    South Sudan
    PeaceWomen Consolidated Themes: 
    Sexual and Gender-Based Violence
    Extract: 

    Expressing grave concern at the findings of the Special Representative of the Secretary-General on Sexual Violence in Conflict of the systematic and widespread use of sexual violence as a tactic by parties to the conflict against the civilian population, particularly against women and girls in South Sudan,

  • Date: Monday, May 22, 2017

    2352 SGBV

    Security Council Agenda Geographical Topic: 
    South Sudan
    PeaceWomen Consolidated Themes: 
    Sexual and Gender-Based Violence
    Extract: 

    Stressing the need for effective human rights monitoring and reporting, including of any sexual and gender-based violence and violations and abuses committed against women and children, taking note that there have been no developments with regard to the operationalization of human rights monitoring in the Abyei Area, and reiterating its concern at the lack of cooperation by the parties with the Secretary-General to this end,

    31. Recalls resolution 2272 (2016) and further requests the SecretaryGeneral to take the necessary measures to ensure full compliance of UNISFA with the United Nations zero tolerance policy on sexual exploitation and abuse and to keep the Council fully informed through his regular country-specific reports to the Council about UNISFA’s progress in this regard, including with respect to the implementation of resolution 2272 (2016);

  • Date: Monday, May 22, 2017

    2352 Participation

    Security Council Agenda Geographical Topic: 
    South Sudan
    PeaceWomen Consolidated Themes: 
    Participation
    Extract: 

    16. Urges the two Governments immediately to take steps to implement confidence-building measures among the respective communities in the Abyei Area, ensuring women are involved at all stages, including through reconciliation processes at the grass-roots level as well as through support for the ongoing efforts of non-governmental organizations engaging in peacebuilding, and by fully supporting UNISFA’s efforts in promoting community dialogue, strongly welcomes continued engagement between the Ngok Dinka and Misseriya communities, and strongly urges all Abyei communities to exercise maximum restraint in all their engagements and to desist from inflammatory acts or statements that may lead to violent clashes;

    17. Underscores that women’s participation at all levels of inter-community dialogue is critical to ensure a credible and legitimate process and calls upon all parties to promote full and equal participation of women;

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