Without women’s engagement in all stages of ending violent conflict and consolidating the peace, the dangers of relapse are greatly heightened.
Calls on all actors involved, when negotiating and implementing peace agreements, to adopt a gender perspective, including […]: (a) The special needs of women and girls during repatriation and resettlement and for rehabilitation, reintegration and post-conflict reconstruction; (b) Measures that support local women’s peace initiatives […], and that involve women in all of the implementation mechanisms of the peace agreements; (c) Measures that ensure the protection of and respect for human rights of women and girls, particularly as they relate to the constitution, the electoral system, the police and the judiciary
Stresses the important role the Peacebuilding Commission can play by including in its advice and recommendations […] ways to address sexual violence […], and in ensuring consultation and effective representation of women’s civil society
Urges Member States to ensure gender mainstreaming in all postconflict peacebuilding and recovery processes and sectors
Urges all parties concerned, including Member States, United Nations entities and financial institutions, to support the development and strengthening of the capacities of national institutions [...] and of local civil society networks in order to provide sustainable assistance to women and girls affected by armed conflict and post-conflict situations