REPUBLIC OF KOREA'S SUPPORT FOR WOMEN, PEACE AND SECURITY IN THE SECURITY COUNCIL
Republic of Korea's priorities as an elected member of the Security Council include transparency and accountability in
the Council's work; nuclear non-proliferation and disarmament; and engagement on peacekeeping issues. Republic of Korea's relevant international commitments include: Republic of Korea's relevant international commitments include: Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court (Ratified 13 November 2002); Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination Against Women (CEDAW): (Acceded 27 February 2001); Optional Protocol to CEDAW (Acceded 18 October 2006).
RECOMMENDED SECURITY COUNCIL ACTION POINTS ON WOMEN, PEACE AND SECURITY
In its regular work, the Council should ensure that all country reports and mandate renewals evaluate the level of protection and promotion of women's human rights, as per SCRs 1325, 1820 (OP 9), 1888 (OP 11), 1889 (OP 5), 1960 (OPs 6, 13), 2106 (OPs 5, 6), and 2122 (OP 2(d)). Member States should inquire about any lack of such reporting.
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