The full range of violations of the rights of women and girls must be addressed by all international actors. Women’s security is strongly linked to the integrity of their rights, yet we are still far from embracing gender equality as an organizing principle to humanitarian interventions.
Calls on all parties to armed conflict to take special measures to protect women and girls from gender-based violence, particularly rape and other forms of sexual abuse, and all other forms of violence in situations of armed conflict
Requests the Secretary- General and relevant United Nations agencies, […] to develop effective mechanisms for providing protection from violence, including in particular sexual violence, to women and girls in and around UN managed refugee and [IDP] camps
Demands that all parties to armed conflict immediately take appropriate measures to protect civilians, including women and children, from all forms of sexual violence
Calls upon parties to armed conflict to make and implement specific and time-bound commitments to combat sexual violence, which should include, inter alia, issuance of clear orders through chains of command prohibiting sexual violence and the prohibition of sexual violence in Codes of Conduct, military field manuals, or equivalent; and further calls upon those parties to make and implement specific commitments on timely investigation of alleged abuses in order to hold perpetrators accountable
Recognizes the importance of seeking to ensure humanitarian aid and funding includes provision for the full range of medical, legal, psychosocial and livelihood services to women affected by armed conflict and postconflict situations... Notes the need for access to the full range of sexual and reproductive health services, including regarding pregnancies resulting from rape, without discrimination