France used its veto right 0 times out of 0 vetoed draft resolutions in 2013.
Arms Transfer Revenue: $1,511,000,000
UN Women Government Total Contribution: $2,200,000
France receives 35% due to the high difference between the Arms Transfer Revenue and UN Women Total Contribution.
Peacekeepers from France were involved in (approximately) 2 out of 52 allegations against civilian, military, police and other peacekeeping personnel in 2013.
"Meeting Records," United Nations Security Council.
"Allegations by Category of Personnel Per Year (Sexual Exploitation and Abuse)," United Nations Conduct and Discipline Unit.
Deschmaps, Marie, Hassan B. Jallow, Jasmin Sooka, "Taking Action on Sexual Exploitation and
Abuse by Peacekeepers," 2015.United Nations
"UN finds more cases of child abuse by European troops in CAR," January 269, 2016, Guardian
"Ban Ki-moon says sexual abuse in UN peacekeeping is 'a cancer in our system'," Guardian, Augsut 13, 2015.
"Timeline of UN Peacekeeper Sexual Abuse Cases," Child Rights International Network
Governmental support for women's civil society:
- Engagement in joint government/NGO efforts: Yes
- Funding provided by the government: Yes
France receives 83% because:
Even though the government is engaged in collaboration with women's civil society, financial support to women's organisations is inadequate, the number of projects on the Women, Peace and Security agenda in existence is low, and the civil society's influence on governmental decision-making is low.
"National Action Plan For France: Implementation of the 'Women, Peace and Security' resolutions of the United Nations Security Council," WILPF/PeaceWomen
Valasek, Kristin, Agneta M. Johannsen, Megan Bastick. "Gender and Security," UN Women
"The Paris Action Plan," Government of France
"Draft European Union handbook of best police practices on overcoming attrition in domestic violence cases," Council of the European Union
Military Expenditure: $62,417,000,000
The NAP does not include an allocated or an estimated budget.
Women made up 24.55% of the Parliament.
21% of ministerial positions were held by women.
17.9% of law enforcement positions were held by women.
**Note: Data is available for 2010.
64.2% of judges in France were women.
Women's labour participation rate was 65%.
Enrolment in primary education: 99%;
Enrolment in secondary education: 100%;
Enrolment in tertiary education: 65%.
"The current situation of gender equality in France – Country Profile 2013," The European Commission
"Does the constitution take at least one approach to gender equality?," World Policy Center
"Global Gender Equality Constitutional Database," UN Women
"Constitution of 4 October 1958," Constitutional Counsel"Constitutional Provisions on Women's Equality," Library of Congress
"France: Law on Violence Against Women," Library of Congress
"France and Sexual and Reproductive Health," Ministry of Gender Affairs
"France," Social Institutions and Gender Index
"Report concerning the implementation of the Council of Europe Convention on Action against Trafficking in Human Beings by France." GRETA: Group of Experts on Action against Trafficking in Human Beings & Council of Europe
"Trafficking in Persons Report: 2015," U.S. Department of State
"The Policy on Gender Equality in France," The European Parliament
"Protocol to Prevent, Suppress and Punish Trafficking in Persons Especially Women and Children, supplementing the United Nations Convention against Transnational Organized Crime," UNCHR
"Refugee Resettlement in France," SHARE
"France by the government of France," UNHCR
"Migrant Access to Social Security and Healthcare in France," Council of Europe
"Global Trends: Forced Displacement in 2015," UNHCR
"France: Migrants, Asylum Seekers Abused and Destitute," Human Rights Watch
"UNHCR Global Trends 2013," UNHCR