Security Council Resolution 2386

Wednesday, November 15, 2017
Countries: 
S. Sudan
Security Council Agenda Thematic Topic: 
Peace and Security in Africa
Resolution Reference PDF: 

Security Council Resolution 2386

Resolution Extracts: 

Security Council Resolution 2386: Para.16

PeaceWomen Consolidated Themes: 
Participation
Security Council Agenda Thematic Topic: 
Peace and Security in Africa
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;

Security Council Resolution 2386: Para.17

PeaceWomen Consolidated Themes: 
Participation
Security Council Agenda Thematic Topic: 
Peace and Security in Africa
Extract: 

 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;

Security Council Resolution 2386: Para.29

PeaceWomen Consolidated Themes: 
Protection
Security Council Agenda Thematic Topic: 
Peace and Security in Africa
Extract: 

29.    Urges UNISFA to make rapid progress on deploying a Women and Child Protection Advisor;

Security Council Resolution 2386: Preamble

PeaceWomen Consolidated Themes: 
Participation
Sexual and Gender-Based Violence
Implementation
Security Council Agenda Thematic Topic: 
Peace and Security in Africa
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,

Recalling that its resolution 2086 (2013) reiterates the importance, when establishing and renewing the mandates of United Nations Missions, of including provisions on the promotion of gender equality and the empowerment of women in post-conflict situations and on children and armed conflict, and emphasizing that persistent barriers to full implementation of resolution 1325 (2000), and subsequent resolutions on women, peace, and security, including 2242 (2015), will only be dismantled through dedicated commitment to women’s empowerment, participation, and human rights, and through concerted leadership, consistent information and action, and support, to build women’s engagement in all levels of decision-making,