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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: ... (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 supporting the establishment of ... rural courts through the provision of advice and logistical support in areas of [region of affected country] that are key to the voluntary return of displaced populations to address land disputes and other inter-communal conflict drivers; ... (b) Mediation between [Government of affected country] and non-signatory armed movements: ... (iv) To support the implementation of [existing peace agreements] and any subsequent agreements, with particular focus on the provisions related to ... land, within its capacities, including through the provision of technical assistance and logistical support to the residual bodies of [relevant regional authority]; ... (c) Support to the mediation of inter-communal conflict including measures to address root causes: (i) To support the mediation of inter-communal conflict, including through supporting local conflict resolution mechanisms by working with [Government of affected country], tribal and militia leaders, the United Nations Country Team and civil society, to develop an action plan on the prevention and resolution of inter-communal conflict in each state of [region of affected country], including resolving the underlying drivers of inter-communal conflict such as land ... (ii) To support the implementation of a legal and institutional framework to address the root causes of conflict, including land issues ... (iii) To assist all stakeholders and local government authorities, in particular in their efforts to ... to implement reconstruction plans and existing and subsequent agreements on land use and compensation issues; ...

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... stresses the need for the government to honour its commitment to support the passage of [legislation on land use and ownership], which will positively impact the lives and livelihoods of [affected country’s] citizens and contribute to overcoming the societal and structural inequities that were at the root of the conflict, and emphasizes the importance of the legislature’s timely action to ensure [relevant legislation is] passed.

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Emphasizes the need for expanded efforts by [authorities of affected country] to promote land reform ... and requests the Special Representative of the Secretary-General to assist such efforts through the use of his good offices and political support;

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... underlines the importance of addressing land issues for the realization of durable solutions in [region of affected country];

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Reaffirms the importance of [Government of affected country] continuing its efforts to prevent and mitigate violence, including inter-communal tensions, by seeking a broad national consensus on addressing effectively national identity and land tenure issues;

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Noting with concern the potential for conflict over [affected country]’s natural resources and disputes related to land ownership and also noting that issues related to corruption continue to threaten to undermine stability and the effectiveness of government institutions

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Stressing the importance of land issues for a lasting peace and security in [affected country], noting the commitment of the Government to addressing this complex issue, and encouraging the Government of [affected country] and [relevant national administrative body] to handle land grievances and disputes in a non-partisan manner and to also address land tenure in the broader context of socioeconomic development, bearing in mind the need to foster reconciliation and national cohesion ...

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Urges the signatories of the [peace agreement] to work towards a sustainable solution for the voluntary return, reinstallation, reintegration and security of displaced persons, including by addressing land tenure issues, with the support of the United Nations system, and to fulfil in this regard their commitments in accordance with the ... Political Agreement and their obligations under international law.

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The Security Council is deeply concerned that in spite of its previous requests there has been little progress on the issue of the return of [refugees from ethnic minority group] and urges [the Government] to adopt a comprehensive approach in order to facilitate the return of refugees ... to their homes of origin throughout [the affected State]. It deplores the continued failure by [the affected State] to safeguard effectively their property rights, especially the situation where many of those [ethnic minority refugees] who have returned to the former sectors have been unable to regain possession of their properties. The Council calls upon [the affected State] to apply immediately proper procedures to the question of property rights and to stop all forms of discrimination against the [minority population] in the provision of social benefits and reconstruction assistance.

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Reaffirms its support for the established principles that all declarations and actions made under duress, particularly those regarding land and ownership, are null and void, and that all displaced persons should be enabled to return in peace to their former homes.

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