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Expresses deep concern over continuing allegations of sexual exploitation and abuse by United Nations peacekeepers and non-United Nations forces, including military, civilian and police personnel, urges police- and troop-contributing countries to provide robust pre-deployment training on sexual exploitation and abuse and vetting of their peacekeeping personnel, to conduct swift and thorough investigations of their uniformed personnel and, if appropriate, to prosecute, and to inform the United Nations in a timely manner of the status and outcome of investigations, calls upon the United Nations to cooperate as appropriate and in a timely manner with national authorities, including courts responsible for investigating such allegations, when requested for that purpose, and requests United Nations troop- and police-contributing country meetings to address sexual exploitation and abuse whenever relevant and the United Nations Military Staff Committee to discuss these issues as part of its regular programme;

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Welcomes the efforts being undertaken by [UN Mission] to implement the Secretary-General’s zero-tolerance policy on sexual exploitation and abuse and to ensure full compliance of its personnel with the United Nations code of conduct, requests the Secretary-General to continue to take all necessary action in this regard and to keep the Security Council informed, and urges troop-contributing countries to take preventive and disciplinary action to ensure that such acts are properly investigated and punished in cases involving their personnel

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Expressing concern at the reports of sexual violence and exploitation allegedly perpetrated by some [AU Mission] troops, reminding [AU Mission] of the United Nations Human Rights and Due Diligence policy, underscoring in this context the importance of the United Nations Zero Tolerance Policy on Sexual Exploitation and Abuse in the context of peacekeeping, welcoming the African Union’s deployment of a team to conduct a full investigation into these allegations, and underlining the importance of holding to account those responsible for such abuses

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Recalling its resolutions ... on women, peace, and security, ... recognizing the challenges that remain in addressing the serious issues of gender-based violence and sexual exploitation and abuse, and calling on Member States to increase support to the Government in its efforts,

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Requests the Secretary-General to continue to fully investigate the allegations of sexual exploitation and abuse by civilian and military personnel of [the mission], and to take the appropriate measures set out in the Secretary-General’s bulletin on special measures for protection from sexual exploitation and sexual abuse.

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Requests the Secretary-General to take the necessary measures to achieve actual compliance in [the peacekeeping mission] with the United Nations zero-tolerance policy on sexual exploitation and abuse, including the development of strategies and appropriate mechanisms to prevent, identify and respond to all forms of misconduct, including sexual exploitation and abuse, and the enhancement of training for personnel to prevent misconduct and ensure full compliance with the United Nations code of conduct, and to further take all necessary action in accordance with the Secretary-General’s Bulletin on special measures for protection from sexual exploitation and sexual abuse (ST/SGB/2003/13) and to keep the Council informed, and urges troop-contributing countries to take appropriate preventive action including the conduct of pre-deployment awareness training and ... post-deployment awareness training, and to take disciplinary action and other action to ensure full accountability in cases of such conduct involving their personnel.

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Further requests the Secretary-General to report swiftly to the Council when the risk of conflict-induced famine and wide-spread food insecurity in armed conflict contexts occurs, and expresses its intention to give its full attention to such information provided by the Secretary-General when those situations are brought to its attention;

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Requests the Secretary-General to continue to inform it of progress in implementing [UN Mission]’s mandate, in one written report, no later than [date] and include reporting on: • the movement of weapons into [affected area] and the presence, destruction and confiscation of weapons within [affected area] per [relevant paragraph of Security Council resolution], ... • results of human rights monitoring as requested in [relevant paragraph of Security Council resolution], including information, analysis, and data on violations and abuses of human rights, • ...

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Requests the Secretary-General to report to the Council every three months on the implementation of [UN Mission]’s mandate, ... as set out in this resolution, including on: (i) ... the ways in which [UN Mission] will be best prepared to address security risks and to monitor and report on human rights violations and abuses in the context of the elections, including in terms of deployment of the Force in areas identified as potential zones of instability and configuration of civilian and police component of [UN Mission], sexual violence and the impact of conflict on women and children using disaggregated data, and any gender considerations made; (ii) ... any instances where the Mission is not effectively fulfilling its protection of civilians mandate, and the circumstances surrounding these instances, including, as appropriate, incidents where units assert undeclared national caveats, lack effective command and control, refuse to obey orders, fail to respond to attacks on civilians, and have inadequate equipment; (iii) progress made by [Government of affected country] on protecting human rights and in the implementation of its commitments under [regional political agreement], including through the establishment and implementation of a national SSR roadmap, its provincial stabilisation plan supported by the ISSSS and on the implementation of the DDR and DDRRR plans;

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Requests the Secretary-General to report to the Security Council on implementation of [UN Mission] mandate and the obstructions [UN Mission] encounters in doing so in a same comprehensive written report to be submitted within 90 days of the date of adoption of this resolution, every 90 days thereafter, and underscores that such reporting should include: • reporting on progress in implementing the HRDDP, • specific and detailed reporting on how [UN Mission] is working toward fulfilling its protection of civilian duties, including but not limited to troop responsiveness and performance and new patrol areas and proactive deployment, • the consideration of gender as cross cutting throughout the mandate, • the participation of women in peace processes, ... strengthened reporting on human rights issues in [affected country], and • recommendations on the steps to adapt [UN Mission] to the situation on the ground;

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Requests the Secretary-General, in close coordination with [States contributing troops to regional force] and [regional organization], to report to the Security Council on the activities of [regional force], [X] months after the adoption of this resolution and then every six months, focusing: ... (v) on implementation by [States contributing troops to regional force] of [compliance framework to prevent, investigate, address and publicly report violations and abuses of human rights law and violations of international humanitarian law related to regional force], the HRDDP, as well as on ways to mitigate any adverse impact of the military operations of [regional force] on the civilian population, including on women and children;

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Requests the Secretary-General, to provide the Security Council with information on threats posed by landmines, explosive remnants of war and improvised explosive devices, and measures to mitigate these threats, when reporting on peacekeeping operations, special political missions, and humanitarian responses in areas where landmines, explosive remnants of war and improvised explosive devices, present a threat;

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Decides that the mandate of [UN-regional Mission] will include the following tasks: (a) Protection of civilians, facilitation of humanitarian assistance and the safety and security of humanitarian personnel: ... (ii) To identify and report threats to and attacks against civilians and implement prevention and response plans and strengthen civil-military cooperation; ... (vii) To assist in the implementation of the provisions of [existing peace agreements] and any subsequent agreements relating to human rights and the rule of law and to contribute to the creation of an environment conducive to respect for human rights, accountability, and the rule of law, in which all are ensured effective protection, including through monitoring and reporting on human rights, ... (x) To monitor, verify, and draw to the attention of the authorities abuses and violations of human rights, including those committed against women and children, and violations of international humanitarian law and enhanced, detailed, full and public reporting by the Secretary-General to the Security Council on this issue as part of his regular ... reports; ...

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Decides that the mandate of [UN Mission] shall include the following priority tasks ...: (i) Protection of civilians ... (c) Enhance its interaction with civilians, including by the troops, ... to increase its efforts to monitor and document violations of international humanitarian law and violations and abuses of human rights, including in the context of elections ...

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Requests [panel of experts established by the Security Council to support relevant Security Council sanctions Committee] to continue to investigate the financing and role of armed, military, and political groups in attacks against civilians and [UN-regional organization Mission] personnel in [affected area];

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... further requests the Secretary-General to include in his reports overall trends in humanitarian access;

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Requests the Secretary-General to establish a United Nations police officers component in [affected country] for an initial period of one year to monitor the security situation and to support OHCHR in monitoring human rights violations and abuses, under the authority of the Office of the Special Adviser for conflict prevention, including in [affected country], in coordination with [regional organization] human rights observers and military experts in [affected country], in accordance with their respective mandates;

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Decides that the mandate of [UN Mission] shall include the following immediate priority tasks: ... (b) Promotion and protection of human rights (i) To monitor, help investigate, and report publicly and to the Security Council on violations of international humanitarian law and on violations and abuses of human rights committed throughout [affected country], including undertaking a mapping of such violations and abuses since [year] to inform efforts to fight impunity; (ii) To monitor, help investigate and report on violations and abuses committed against children and women, including rape and other forms of sexual violence in armed conflict; ...

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Requests [UN Mission] to monitor, verify, and draw to the attention of the authorities abuses and violations of human rights, including those committed against women and children, and violations of international humanitarian law, and further requests enhanced, detailed, full and public reporting by the Secretary-General to the Council on this issue, as part of his regular 90-day reports;

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Requests the Group of Experts [established by the Security Council to assist the relevant Security Council sanctions Committee] to fulfil its mandate ... to provide to the Council, after discussion with the Committee, a mid-term report no later than [date], and a final report no later than [date], as well as submit monthly updates to the Committee, except in the months where the mid-term and final reports are due: ... (f) gather, examine and analyse information regarding perpetrators of serious violations of international humanitarian law and human rights violations and abuses, including those within the security forces, in [affected country],

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... recognizing the importance of the ongoing monitoring and reporting to the United Nations Security Council, of the situation of civilians and in particular civilian casualties, taking note of the efforts made by [affected country’s] and international forces in minimizing civilian casualties, and noting [UN Mission’s report on the protection of civilians in armed conflict], and [UN Missions’ report on situation in specific area of affected country],

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Requests the Secretary-General to ensure that effective human rights monitoring is carried out, and the results included in his reports to the Council, and reiterates its call upon the Government of [affected country] and the Government of [affected country] to extend their full cooperation to the Secretary-General to this end, including by issuing visas to the concerned United Nations personnel;

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Requests the Secretary-General to update the Security Council within [duration], including by presenting options on the future presence of the United Nations in [affected country], and then regularly on the situation in [affected country], in particular on security and on violations and abuses of human rights, and incitement to violence or hatred against different groups in [affected country’s] society;

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Requests the Secretary-General to report to the Council every 90 days following adoption of this resolution on [AU-UN Mission], including: (i) information on the political, humanitarian and security situation in [affected area], including detailed reporting on incidents of violence and attacks against civilians, by whomsoever perpetrated; (ii) information on violations of the Status of Forces Agreement, including those involving attacks or threats of attack on [AU-UN Mission], as well as violations of international humanitarian law perpetrated by any party to the conflict; (iii) developments and progress towards achievement of [AU-UN Mission]’s strategic priorities and benchmarks; (iv) developments and progress in addressing the challenges facing [AU-UN Mission] as identified in the review of [AU-UN Mission]; (v) and on the implementation of this resolution

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Requests the Panel of Experts [established to assist the relevant Security Council sanctions Committee] to assess in its midterm update and final report progress towards reducing violations by all parties of [relevant sanctions regime], and progress towards removing impediments to the political process, threats to stability in [affected area] and the region; violations of international humanitarian law or violations or abuses of human rights, including those that involve attacks on the civilian population, sexual- and gender-based violence and violations and abuses against children, and other violations of [relevant sanctions regime], and to provide the Committee with information on the individuals and entities that meet the listing criteria in [paragraph of relevant resolution]

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