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Women, Peace and Security

Resolution 1325 was the first formal and legal document from the Security Council that required parties in a conflict to prevent violations of women’s rights, to support women’s participation in peace negotiations and in post-conflict reconstruction, and to protect women and girls from wartime sexual violence.

We work to ensure women’s priorities are central to peace and security decisions at all levels. To achieve this goal, we address social, cultural and political barriers and protection risks that limit women’s full participation in achieving and sustaining peace.

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A brief documentary on Women Peace and Security in Nigeria

It is clear from the Security Council’s political recognition of the WPS Agenda that gender is indeed central to international peace and security.

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