Tool for Monitoring Indicators of United Nations Resolution 1325 (2000)

Updated: Feb 19, 2019

Tool for monitoring indicators of United Nations Resolution 1325 (2000) Resolution 1325 highlights the responsibility of all States to end impunity and to prosecute the perpetrators of any type of violence against women and girls. Moreover, it promotes women’s participation and representation in all decision-making spaces, especially those related to preventing gender based violence, consolidating peace, and rebuilding post-conflict societies. Therefore, its application is relevant at any time, even in those States that have not undergone armed conflict. Monitoring the resolutions on women, peace, and security, though their four thematic pillars participation, prevention, protection, and relief and recovery allows for measuring the extent to which UN member States have applied them, and in turn, national governments’ degree of commitment to respecting and complying with women’s and girls’ rights.


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