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Susan Hutchinson Apr 23
"We are extremely surprised that states asked for the withdrawal of mention of . We are worried that the threat of veto was used to bring into questions of 25 years of precedent."
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monica ellena Apr 23
In 2018 & won the for their efforts to end the use of as a weapon of war. Today the threatens to veto a resolution at the abt it, due to wording on sexual and reproductive health
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Natalie Hammond 17h
a UN resolution on rape in war that can't talk about sexual & reproductive healthcare is absurd.Its disgusting the US can bully their misogynistic and conservative views through impacting on some of the most vulnerable communities in the world
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NGOWG on WPS 9h
"People with disabilities were forgotten in times of peace. What do you think we expect in times of war? But that does not make it right. But you need to count us because we count too." - to during the briefing this afternoon
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Allison Peters Apr 23
Also keeping an eye today on the UN Security Council where the US has threatened to veto a resolution supporting victims of sexual violence because it dares to call for them to have access to reproductive healthcare
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Margot Wallström Apr 22
Crucial vote on Tuesday. Nobel laureates Murad and Mukwege will attend and - I am sure - expect the UNSC to be bold. Sexual violence is a war crime and must be punished & prevented. Survivors deserve access to sexual and reproductive health and services.
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Global Justice Center Apr 23
. condemns lack of language on the need for comprehensive sexual and reproductive health services for all victims of in 2467.
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UN Women 18h
We know that when women are included in conflict prevention and resolution, it can improve outcomes before, during, and after conflict. Yet, women's participation in peace processes is systematically low.
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Helen Clark 7h
In this case it's a setback. Women & men who suffer sexual violence in war need access to sexual & reproductive health services. A resolution which doesn't mention that is a big setback to agenda.
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NGOWG on WPS Apr 23
"Support Survivors. A survivor-centered approach means ensuring both their rights, as well as addressing their needs. " Inas Miloud has a clear message for during today's open debate
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GNWP Apr 23
Our YW+PL Philippines Coordinator, Sophia Garcia, shares the achievements of the YW+PL at the High Level Commitments Event on Preparing for the 20th anniversary of
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UN Women Apr 11
Executive Director is visiting Namibia 🇳🇦 this week to attend the Women, Peace and Security Focal Points Network meeting.
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NGOWG on WPS Apr 12
Rosa Emilia Salamanca will be the first Colombian woman to formally address during country-specific briefings. Thank you for inviting her to the table
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Phumzile Mlambo Apr 11
Women’s meaningful participation in peace processes goes beyond representation. It means ensuring women’s multiple interests are fully reflected:
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UK in Erbil Apr 13
A 🇬🇧 team doing a study of in the . Identifying best practice & potential areas to support in wider work. Excellent meetings with 70s female battalion, Zerevani & Erbil Police. Supporting ’s National Action Plan on .
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UN Women Apr 11
ED is in Namibia to discuss the women, peace and security agenda. At this Youth Lab, one thing is clear: hashtags and social movements can take momentum when we join together, both online and in-person.
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WPS Focal Points Network Apr 23
April 23 - Ninth resolution (2467) on has been adopted focusing on sexual violence in conflict. 13 in favor, 0 against, 2 abstentions.
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Phumzile Mlambo Apr 12
Women’s meaningful participation in peace processes is necessary for sustained peace. Learn more:
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Phumzile Mlambo Apr 11
Youth play an important role as peacebuilders. Their experiences must not be silenced, but amplified. Here in Namibia, the Youth Labs offer innovative solutions for the women, peace and security agenda.
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WILPF/PeaceWomen Apr 23
Replying to @GermanyUN
13 support, Russia and China abstain. The resolution of has been adopted as Resolution 2467!
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