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[pp. 13] ... stressing the need for [Government of affected country] to continue to ensure the increased professionalism of its security forces, including the training and capacity building aimed at security during public meetings and protests fully respecting domestic and international human rights law [pp. 25] Welcoming the efforts of [UN Mission] and international partners in delivering training in human rights, international humanitarian law, gender mainstreaming, child protection and protection from sexual and gender-based violence for [affected country’s] security institutions and underlining their importance, [op. 36] Decides that the mandate of [UN Mission] shall include the following priority tasks ... (ii) Implementation of [political agreement] and support to the electoral process ... (c) Contribute to the provision of training to [affected country’s police forces] in relation to elections security, ... including through human rights training, in compliance with the United Nations’ HRDDP;

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... calls upon [UN Mission] and all military forces in [affected country] to take [Security Council resolutions on the protection of civilians in armed conflict, children and armed conflict, and women, peace and security] into account and to abide by international humanitarian, human rights and refugee law, recalls the importance of training in this regard ...

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Underlines the important role that education and training in international humanitarian law can play in supporting efforts to halt and prevent acts of violence, attacks and threats against the wounded and sick, medical personnel and humanitarian personnel exclusively engaged in medical duties, their means of transport and equipment, as well as hospitals and other medical facilities;

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... reiterates the importance for [Government of affected country] to ensure strict adherence by the defence and security forces, ... to international humanitarian, human rights and refugee laws and in this context, recalls the importance of training in human rights, child protection and sexual- and gender-based violence for all of [affected country]’s security and law-enforcement agencies;

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Decides that the mandate of [UN Mission] shall be the following: ... (e) Reconstitution and reform of security institutions ... to facilitate the provision of training, within its current resources and as requested by the Government and in close coordination with other international partners, in human rights, child protection and protection from sexual and gender-based violence to the security and law enforcement institutions ...

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Underlines the need for [AU Mission] troops to continue to receive appropriate information and pre-deployment training in relation to human rights principles, including gender equality and sexual violence, and for [AU Mission] personnel to be properly informed of the accountability mechanisms in place should any abuse be committed

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Welcomes the continued cooperation between, and the conduct of coordinated activities by, [UN Mission] and [national army] and calls for strict adherence by [national army] to international humanitarian, human rights and refugee laws and in this context, recalls the importance of training in human rights, child protection and sexual- and gender-based violence for security and law-enforcement agencies

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Urges Member States, regional and international organizations to provide coordinated assistance, expertise, training, including on human rights and international humanitarian law, and capacity-building support to the [National Defence and Security Forces], consistent with their domestic requirements ...

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Reiterates its call on States that have not already done so to consider signing, ratifying or acceding to the relevant instruments of international humanitarian, human rights and refugee law, and to take appropriate legislative, judicial and administrative measures to implement their obligations under these instruments.

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Calls upon all parties concerned, (a) to ensure the widest possible dissemination of information about international humanitarian, human rights and refugee law; (b) to provide training for public officials, members of armed forces and armed groups, personnel associated to armed forces, civilian police and law enforcement personnel, and members of the judicial and legal professions; and to raise awareness among civil society and the civilian population on relevant international humanitarian, human rights and refugee law, as well as on the protection, special needs and human rights of women and children in conflict situations, to achieve full and effective compliance; (d) to seek, where appropriate, support from United Nations peacekeeping and other relevant missions, as well as United Nations Country Teams and the International Committee of the Red Cross and, where appropriate, other members of the International Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement, on training and awareness raising on international humanitarian, human rights and refugee law.

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