UN Security Council Resolutions
Due to the firm belief that the integration of women and their specific needs in peace and security processes has an exponential impact on the wellbeing of a whole community and its ability to recover after war, CARE puts a strong focus on the implementation of the UNSCR’s 1325 and 1820.
UN Security Council Resolution 1325 – Women, Peace and Security
On October 31, 2000, the UN Security Council unanimously adopted PDF Resolution 1325, pdf on Women, Peace and Security. It specifically adresses the disproportional impact of war on women and girls and stresses the importance of equal participation of women as active agents in peace and security processes.
UN Security Council Resolution 1325 – Case Study Nepal – Women’s Meaningful Participation in Peacebuilding and Governance
This study reflects on the operational experience of CARE International, and the perspectives of our local partners in civil society and the communities CARE International work with in Nepal.