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[op. 45] Requests [UN Mission] to ensure that any support provided to non-United Nations security forces, including [affected country’s defense and security forces], is provided in strict compliance with the Human Rights Due Diligence Policy on United Nations support to non-United Nations security forces (HRDDP), calls upon [Government of affected country] to implement all recommendations made by [UN Mission] in the framework of the HRDDP, ...; [op. 52] Requests [UN Mission] to ensure that any of its support to [regional force] is provided in strict compliance with the Human Rights Due Diligence Policy on United Nations support to non-United Nations security forces (HRDDP), and calls upon [regional force] to cooperate with the United Nations in implementing the HRDDP, including by ensuring that the relevant monitoring and reporting mechanisms are in place and functional;

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[op. 36] Decides that the mandate of [UN Mission] shall include the following priority tasks, bearing in mind that these tasks as well as those in [paragraph of Security Council resolution] are mutually reinforcing tasks: (i) Protection of civilians ... (d) Neutralize armed groups through [specific uniformed component of UN Mission] under direct command of [UN Mission] Force commander: in support of the authorities of [affected country], on the basis of information collection and analysis, and taking full account of the need to protect civilians and mitigate risk before, during and after any military operation, carry out targeted offensive operations through [specific uniformed component of UN Mission] with the support of the whole of [UN Mission], either unilaterally or jointly with [affected country’s armed forces] ... in accordance with the standing operating procedures applicable to persons who are captured or who surrender, and with the human rights due diligence policy on United Nations-support to non-United Nations forces (HRDDP), prevent the expansion of all armed groups, neutralize these groups, and disarm them in order to contribute to the objective of reducing the threat posed by armed groups to state authority and civilian security in [area in affected country] and to make space for stabilization activities, and for the whole of [UN Mission] force component to guarantee effective protection of civilians, including in support of operations conducted by [specific uniformed component of UN Mission] to neutralize armed groups and in areas where armed groups have been neutralized;] [op. 42] Requests [UN Mission] to ensure that any support provided to national security forces is in strict compliance with the United Nations HRDDP, and calls upon [Government of affected country] to work with [UN Mission] to support the promotion of [affected country’s] security service personnel with reputable human rights records;

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Recalls ... the importance of United Nations Policing-related support to non-United Nations security forces adhering to the Human Rights Due Diligence Policy;

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... stressing the importance of full compliance with African Union and United Nations human rights and conduct and discipline policies and arrangements,

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Agrees with the Secretary-General that oversight and accountability, in particular compliance with HRDDP in the context of United Nations support to the transition of responsibilities between [Security Council-authorized regional Mission] and [affected country’s security forces] will be the cornerstone of the partnership between the United Nations, [regional organization], [Government of affected country] and [subnational components of affected country];

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Decides that the mandate of [UN Mission] shall be as follows, and authorizes [UN Mission] to use all necessary means to perform the following tasks: (a) Protection of civilians: ... (vii) To foster a secure environment for the eventual safe and voluntary return of IDPs and refugees including through monitoring of, ensuring respect for human rights by, and where compatible and in strict compliance with the United Nations Human Rights Due Diligence Policy (HRDDP), coordination with police services and civil society actors in relevant and protection-focused activities, such as sensitization to issues of sexual and gender-based violence, in order to strengthen protection of civilians

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Requests [UN Mission] to ensure that any support provided to non-United Nations security forces is provided in strict compliance with the Human Rights Due Diligence Policy on United Nations support to non-United Nations security forces (HRDDP), and requests the Secretary-General to include progress made in implementing the policy in his reports to the Security Council;

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[op. 2] ... requests that the Secretary-General continue to provide, under the Department of Field Support, logistical support ... [affected country’s national army] on joint operations with [Security Council-authorized regional organization’s Mission], and [UN Mission] as follows: ... [affected country’s national army] (f) The provision, on an exceptional basis, of a targeted support package for [X] troops in [affected country’s national army] on joint operations with [Security Council-authorized regional organization’s Mission] and where they are a part of [Security Council-authorized regional organization’s Mission]’s overall strategic concept, ... reaffirms that direct support for this assistance will be funded from an appropriate United Nations Trust Fund with [UN Mission] personnel responsible for ensuring the delivery of this support package and its compliance with the Secretary-General’s Human Rights Due Diligence Policy (HRDDP) and in accordance with [paragraphs of previous resolution setting out conditions to UN support to affected country’s national army, including that this support be in full compliance with the HRDDP, that the Secretary-General report on such support including on the implementation of the HRDDP, and that Security Council-authorized regional organization’s Mission includes casualty tracking and analysis as part of its reporting on its joint operations with affected country’s national army]; [op. 3] Emphasizes that any support provided by [UN Mission] to [AU Mission], [affected country’s national army] and ... [affected country’s national police] shall be in full compliance with the Secretary-General’s Human Rights Due Diligence Policy under the overall responsibility of the SRSG, who shall work in close coordination with the Special Representative of the of the Chairperson of the African Union Commission for [affected country];

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Requests [UN Mission] to ensure that any support provided to national security forces is in strict compliance with the United Nations HRDDP, urges the United Nations system in [affected country] to adopt a join and uniform approach regarding HRDDP implementation, and calls upon the Government of [affected country] to work with [UN Mission] to support the promotion of [national] security service personnel with reputable human rights records

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Authorizes [UN Mission], in support of [national] authorities and their efforts to deliver the reforms called by [regional agreement] and stabilisation in [area of affected country], to contribute to the following tasks, in coordination with the United Nations country team and other actors, including through the good offices of the Special Representative of the Secretary-General; ... (b) Monitor, report and follow-up on human rights violations and abuses and violations of international humanitarian law, ... and support the United Nations system in-country to ensure that any support provided by the United Nations shall be consistent with international humanitarian law and human rights law and refugee law as applicable

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Requests [UN Mission] to take fully into account the need to protect civilians and mitigate risk to civilians, including, in particular, women, children and displaced persons and civilian objects in the performance of its mandate as defined in [paragraphs of the resolution mandating UN Mission to, inter-alia, provide support to national armed forces for combating the threat of armed groups and extending State authority in affected country], where undertaken jointly with [national security forces], in strict compliance with the Human Rights Due Diligence Policy on United Nations Support to non-United Nations Security Forces [ref.]

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Decides that the mandate of [UN Mission] shall focus on the following priority tasks: (a) Security, Stabilization and protection of civilians (vi) To enhance its operational coordination with [national armed forces], within its resources and areas of deployment and within the framework of the [peace agreement], subject to an assessment of risk and in strict compliance with the Human Rights Due Diligence Policy on United Nations Support to non-United Nations Security Forces (S/2013/110)

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Underlines that the [United Nations] support [to the armed forces of the host Government] outlined in [relevant paragraph] of this resolution must be in full compliance with the United Nations Human Rights and Due Diligence Policy (HRDDP), further underlines its expectation that the Secretary-General will report on all [UN Mission] support to the [national armed forces] including on the implementation of the HRDDP ...

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Recalling the Human Rights Due Diligence Policy on United Nations Support to non-United Nations Security Forces as a tool to enhance compliance with international humanitarian, human rights and refugee law, including to address sexual violence in armed conflict and post-conflict situations,

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Reiterates ... that the support of [the mission] to [the] military operations against ... armed groups is strictly conditioned on [the] compliance [of the armed forces] with international humanitarian, human rights and refugee law and on an effective joint planning of these operations, decides that [the mission] military leadership shall confirm, prior to providing any support to such operations, that sufficient joint planning has been undertaken, especially regarding the protection of the civilian population, calls upon [the mission] to intercede with the [armed forces] command if elements of [a] ... unit receiving [the mission]’s support are suspected of having committed grave violations of such laws, and if the situation persists, calls upon [the mission] to withdraw support from these ... units.

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[pp. 26] Welcoming the commitment of the Secretary-General to enforce strictly his zero-tolerance policy on sexual exploitation and abuse (SEA), noting the various measures taken by [UN Mission] and Troop- and Police-contributing countries (T/PCCs) to combat SEA, which has led to a reduction in reported cases, but still expressing grave concern over numerous allegations of SEA reportedly committed by peacekeepers and civilian personnel in [affected country], emphasizing the need to ensure that incidents can be reported and duly verified in a safe and simple manner, stressing the urgent need for T/PCCs and, as appropriate, [UN Mission] to promptly investigate those allegations in a credible and transparent manner and for those responsible for such criminal offences or misconduct to be held to account, and further stressing the need to prevent such exploitation and abuse and to improve how these allegations are addressed in line with resolution 2272 (2016), [op. 15] calls upon [Government of affected country] to complete investigations into allegations of sexual exploitation and abuse by members of [affected country’s defense forces] in line with the zero-tolerance policy and, if appropriate, to prosecute those responsible;

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Recalls its Presidential Statement S/PRST/2015/22 and its resolution 2272 (2016) and requests the Secretary-General to take all necessary measures to ensure full compliance of [UN Mission] with the United Nations zero tolerance policy on sexual exploitation and abuse and to ensure that all personnel of the mission are vetted for history of sexual misconduct in the service with the United Nations and to keep it informed through his reports about [UN Mission]’s progress in this regard, and urges troop- and police-contributing countries to take appropriate preventative action including pre-deployment awareness training, and to promote full accountability in cases of such conduct involving their personnel;

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Welcomes [regional organization]’s zero tolerance stance on sexual exploitation and abuse, and underlines the need for [States contributing troops to regional force] to take adequate measures to prevent and combat impunity for sexual exploitation and abuse by their personnel operating in the framework of [regional force];

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Requests the Secretary-General to continue and strengthen efforts to enhance measures in United Nations peacekeeping and special political missions against all forms of sexual exploitation and abuse by United Nations personnel and on support to victims in cooperation with the Victims’ Rights Advocate, urges all Police-Contributing Countries to ensure that all police personnel to be deployed are vetted for previous criminal acts of sexual exploitation and abuse and to deliver robust predeployment training to prevent sexual exploitation and abuse, and recalls the primary responsibility of Troop-Contributing Countries to investigate allegations of sexual exploitation and abuse by their personnel and of Troop- and Police-Contributing Countries to hold accountable, including through prosecution, where appropriate, their personnel for acts of sexual exploitation and abuse, taking into account due process;

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Reaffirming its support for the United Nations zero-tolerance policy on all forms of sexual exploitation and abuse, welcoming the Secretary-General’s continued efforts to implement and reinforce this policy,

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[op. 20] Calls on [regional organization] and troop-contributing countries to take appropriate steps to investigate allegations of sexual exploitation and abuse, hold perpetrators accountable and repatriate units when there is credible evidence of widespread or systemic sexual exploitation or abuse by those units; [op. 43] Calls on [Government of affected country], [subnational components of affected country], [Security Council-authorized regional Mission] and [UN Mission] to work to ensure that women and girls are protected from sexual violence, including sexual exploitation and abuse, which can significantly exacerbate and prolong situations of armed conflict and may impede the restoration of international peace and security, and that victims are supported and perpetrators held accountable, urges [Government of affected country], with the support of the United Nations, to accelerate the implementation of [commitments and action plan] to combat sexual violence in conflict;

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Expresses concern about the protection needs of civilians in [region] affected by the scourge of terrorism, including those resulting from sexual exploitation and abuse, ... and welcomes initial steps taken such as the deployment of female members of the security services to IDP camps where sexual exploitation and abuse has been reported or confirmed;

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[op. 1] Endorses the decision of the Secretary-General to repatriate a particular military unit or formed police unit of a contingent when there is credible evidence of widespread or systemic sexual exploitation and abuse by that unit and requests the Secretary-General to give immediate and ongoing effect to this decision, including by urgently finalising his guidance to United Nations peacekeeping operations to implement this decision;

[op. 3] Consistent with [paragraph requesting the Secretary-General to replace national contingents affected to peacekeeping operations when members of these contingents are targeted by an allegation of sexual exploitation and abuse, and the contributing country fails to take appropriate steps in terms of investigation, accountability and information], requests the Secretary-General to assess whether a Member State has taken the appropriate steps to investigate, hold accountable and inform him of the progress of its investigations when determining whether that Member State should participate in other current or future United Nations peacekeeping operations;

[op. 4] Requests the Secretary-General to gather and preserve evidence ahead of investigations of sexual exploitation and abuse in UN peace operations with due consideration for the safety, security and confidentiality of victims, to ensure that the concerned UN peace operation takes immediate steps to prevent, including through risk assessments, future incidents of sexual exploitation and abuse, to strengthen the accessibility, coordination and independence of processes for complaint receipt and management and to assist victims, including by maintaining confidentiality, helping to minimize trauma and facilitating access, as appropriate, to immediate care, medical and psychological support;

[op. 7] Urges all non-United Nations forces authorised under a Security Council mandate to take adequate measures to prevent and combat impunity for sexual exploitation and abuse by their personnel;

[op. 8] Calls upon Member States deploying non-United Nations forces authorized under a Security Council mandate to take appropriate steps to investigate allegations of sexual exploitation and abuse, hold perpetrators accountable and repatriate units when there is credible evidence of widespread or systemic sexual exploitation or abuse by those units;

[op. 10] Welcomes the ongoing efforts by Member States to strengthen sexual exploitation and abuse pre-deployment training of troop and police contributors to United Nations peace operations, urges further efforts by all troop- and police-contributing countries to deliver robust sexual exploitation and abuse pre-deployment training in accordance with the terms of their memoranda of understanding and other agreements with the United Nations, encourages further assistance by Member States and multilateral partners to troop- and police-contributing countries in this regard and welcomes the decision of the Secretary-General to require certificates of compliance by troop- and police-contributors to this effect;

[op. 12] Underscores the critical importance that civilians, in particular women and children, in internally-displaced persons and refugee sites are protected from any form of abuse or exploitation, requests the Secretary-General, where applicable, to continue to take steps to enhance measures in United Nations peace operations against all forms of abuse and exploitation of civilians by any member of the United Nations peace operation and encourages the Secretary-General to ensure that United Nations peace operations, as applicable, facilitate the identification of possible abuses and mitigate against the stigmatization of victims;

[op. 13] Encourages the appropriate United Nations mechanisms, including those related to Children and Armed Conflict, Women, Peace and Security and the Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights, to continue to include allegations of sexual exploitation and abuse in their regular reporting to the Secretary-General and calls upon the Secretary-General to immediately inform the concerned Member State about any such allegations and to take steps to improve internal information - sharing within the United Nations regarding allegations of sexual exploitation and abuse.

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Requests the Secretary-General to continue efforts to support [regional organization] through advice and guidance on the implementation of a system to address allegations of misconduct, including sexual exploitation and abuse;

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... urges those troop- and police-contributing countries that are currently listed [in the annexes of the Secretary-General’s reports on Children and Armed Conflict and Sexual Violence in Conflict] to cease ... [grave violations against children in armed conflict and acts of sexual violence in armed conflict] and implement actions plans expeditiously, thereby avoiding suspension from peace operations, further requests the Secretary-General to include a section on conduct and discipline including, whenever relevant, adherence to his zero tolerance policy on sexual exploitation and abuse, in all his reports on country-specific situations to the Security Council

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