Security Council Resolution 2282.

Thursday, April 28, 2016
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Security Council Resolution 2282.

Resolution Extracts: 

Security Council Resolution 2282: para. 18.

PeaceWomen Consolidated Themes: 
Participation
Reconstruction and Peacebuilding
Extract: 

18. Underlines that the scale and nature of the challenge of sustaining peace can be met through close strategic and operational partnerships between national governments, the United Nations, and other key stakeholders, including international, regional and sub-regional organizations, international financial institutions, regional and other development banks, civil society organizations, women’s groups, youth organizations and where relevant, the private sector, and encourages the Peacebuilding Commission to consider options for regular exchanges and joint initiatives with key stakeholders to promote sustainable peace, including in the framework of the annual sessions of the Peacebuilding Commission;  

Security Council Resolution 2282: Para. 21.

PeaceWomen Consolidated Themes: 
Protection
Human Rights
Reconstruction and Peacebuilding
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21. Underscores the importance of women’s leadership and participation in conflict prevention, resolution and peacebuilding, and recognizes the continuing need to increase representation of women at all decision-making levels in national, regional and international institutions and mechanisms for the prevention and resolution of conflict, and the consideration of gender-related issues in all discussions pertinent to sustaining peace; 

Security Council Resolution 2282: Para. 22.

PeaceWomen Consolidated Themes: 
Participation
Reconstruction and Peacebuilding
Extract: 

22. Encourages the Secretary-General to promote the gender dimensions of peacebuilding, including through the delivery of gender-sensitive and targeted programming, through the strengthening of women’s meaningful participation in peacebuilding, supporting women’s organizations and through monitoring, tracking and reporting achievement;

Security Council Resolution 2282: Para. 27.

PeaceWomen Consolidated Themes: 
Participation
Human Rights
Reconstruction and Peacebuilding
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27. Stresses the importance of enhancing the mobilization of resources for initiatives that address the particular needs of women in peacebuilding contexts, advance gender equality, and empower women; 

Security Council Resolution 2282: Para. 30h.

PeaceWomen Consolidated Themes: 
Participation
Justice, Rule of Law and Security Sector Reform
Reconstruction and Peacebuilding
Extract: 

30. Takes note of the General Assembly decision to invite the SecretaryGeneral to report to the seventy-second session of the General Assembly, at least sixty days prior to the high-level meeting on ‘Peacebuilding and Sustaining Peace’, on efforts to implement its present resolution, including in the following areas:

(h) To support the participation of women and youth in peacebuilding processes, including through advocacy with national stakeholders, and support to women’s and youth organizations;

Security Council Resolution 2282: Para. 4b.

PeaceWomen Consolidated Themes: 
General Women, Peace and Security
Participation
Extract: 

4. Reaffirms its Resolution 1645 (2005), including the main purposes of the Peacebuilding Commission as an intergovernmental advisory body, and stresses the importance of the Peacebuilding Commission to fulfil the following functions in this regard:

(d) To serve as a platform to convene all relevant actors within and outside the United Nations, including from Member States, national authorities, United Nations missions and country teams, international, regional and sub-regional organizations, international financial institutions, civil society, women’s groups, youth organizations and, where relevant, the private sector and national human rights institutions, in order to provide recommendations and information to improve their coordination, to develop and share good practices in peacebuilding, including on institution building, and to ensure predictable financing to peacebuilding;

Security Council Resolution 2282: Preambule.

PeaceWomen Consolidated Themes: 
General Women, Peace and Security
Participation
Reconstruction and Peacebuilding
Extract: 

Recognizing that an integrated and coherent approach among relevant political, security and developmental actors, within and outside of the United Nations system, consistent with their respective mandates, and the Charter of the United Nations, is critical to sustaining peace, and essential for improving respect for human rights, advancing gender equality, empowering women and youth, strengthening the rule of law, eradicating poverty, building institutions, and advancing economic development in conflict-affected countries,

Recognizing that the scale and nature of the challenge of sustaining peace calls for close strategic and operational partnerships between the United Nations, national governments and other key stakeholders, including international, regional and sub-regional organizations, international financial institutions, civil society organizations, women’s groups, youth organizations, and the private sector, taking into account national priorities and policies, 

Reaffirming the important role of women in peacebuilding and noting the substantial link between women’s full and meaningful involvement in efforts to prevent, resolve and rebuild from conflict and those efforts’ effectiveness and long term sustainability, and stressing, in this regard, the importance of women’s equal participation in all efforts for the maintenance and promotion of peace and security and the need to increase women’s role in decision-making with regard to conflict prevention and resolution and peacebuilding,