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Underlines the importance for [UN Mission] to consider potential measures, as appropriate, as applicable, in line with its protection of civilians mandate as set out in [paragraph of Security Council resolution], and within existing resources, with a view to reducing or avoiding potential collateral damages among civilians which could result from attacks against the mission’s camps;

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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: (i) Protection of civilians (a) Ensure effective and dynamic protection of civilians under threat of physical violence, including by ... mitigating the risk to civilians before, during and after any military operation;

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Demands that all parties immediately end the fighting throughout [affected country], and further demands that [affected country]’s leaders ... ensure that ... decrees and orders directing their commanders control their forces and protect civilians and their property are fully implemented;

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Calls upon [States contributing troops to regional force] to ensure the highest standards of transparency, conduct and discipline for their contingents operating in the framework of [regional force], to establish a robust 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]

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[op. 17] ... urges troop and police contributing countries to accelerate efforts to enhance the effectiveness of measures and mechanisms to prevent and address non-compliance [with international human rights law and international humanitarian law by Security Council-mandated regional Mission], including on the basis of specific recommendations of [review of Security Council-authorized regional organization’s Mission carried out by regional organization and the UN], including selection and screening of [Security Council-authorized regional organization’s Mission] personnel; [op. 19] Welcomes the work of the Civilian Casualty Tracking Analysis and Response Cell (CCTARC) as requested in [Security Council resolutions] ..., and underlines the importance of making the CCTARC operational and effective without further delay, and in this regard urges the full support of troop and police contributors for the CCTARC, in collaboration with humanitarian, human rights and protection actors, and underlines the importance of ensuring information is shared with relevant actors including the United Nations and integrated into [Security Council-authorized regional Mission’s] reporting;

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Underlining the primary responsibility of [States] to ensure the protection of civilians in their respective territories in accordance with their obligations under international law, and underlining the need ... for the operations of [Security Council-authorized regional force] to be conducted in compliance full with international law, including international humanitarian law, human rights law and refugee law, as applicable and for [Security Council-authorized regional force] to take active steps to minimize the risk of harm to civilians in all areas of operation,

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The Security Council calls on all parties to take proactive steps to protect civilians and civilian objects, in order to prevent any further suffering of the ... people [of affected country].

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Calls upon States to ensure that their armed forces and security forces, within their respective competencies under domestic law, make or, where relevant, continue their efforts to integrate practical measures for the protection of the wounded and sick and medical services into the planning and conduct of their operations;

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Demanding that the parties to the conflict exercise restraint and cease military action of all kind, including aerial bombardments;

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The Security Council urges [Government of country participating in Security Council-authorized regional force, on the territory of which the regional force caused civilian harm and casualties in specific incident] to swiftly investigate [specific incident in question] and recalls the obligation of all parties to armed conflict to comply strictly with the obligations applicable to them under international humanitarian, human right and refugee law.

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... calls upon all parties to armed conflict in [affected country] to issue clear orders prohibiting all violations of international humanitarian law and human rights violations and abuses ...

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Authorizes [UN Mission], in support of the [national] authorities and their efforts to deliver the reforms called by [regional agreement] and stabilisation in [affected area], to contribute to the following tasks, in coordination with the UNCT and other actors, including through the SRSG’s good offices; (d) ... support the UN 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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... noting the importance of conducting continuous reviews of tactics and procedures and after-action reviews and investigations in cooperation with the ... Government in cases where civilian casualties have occurred and when the ... Government finds these joint investigations appropriate, as well as continuing cooperation with the [national security forces] towards the further institutionalization of protection of civilians, especially women and girls,

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Requests that [the Mission] 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 [provisions mandating the Mission to provide active support to national authorities in their actions against armed groups], where undertaken jointly with the [national] Defence and Security Forces, 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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... urging [the international military force] and other international forces to continue to undertake enhanced efforts to prevent civilian casualties, including the increased focus on protecting the [National] population as a central element of the mission, and noting the importance of conducting continuous reviews of tactics and procedures and after-action reviews and investigations in cooperation with the [National] Government in cases where civilian casualties have occurred and when the [National] Government finds these joint investigations appropriate, as well as continuing cooperation with the [National security forces] towards the further institutionalization of protection of civilians,

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