Reassessing Institutional Support for Security Council Resolution 1325

Defining the UNFPA Role and Strengthening Support for Women Affected by Conflict

No. of pages: 73

Publication Date: 2006

Author: UNFPA

This report is intended to contribute to the United Nations efforts to implement the Security council resolution 1325 by reassessing the UNFPA institutional support, as well as defining and strengthening UNFPA role in implementing the resolution through global, regional and country programs examples and interventions.

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