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Encourages the Secretary-General to develop an integrated strategic framework setting the United Nations’ overall vision, joint priorities and internal division of labour to sustain peace in [affected country], further requests the Secretary-General to ensure an efficient division of tasks and complementarity of efforts between [UN Mission] and the United Nations Country Team (UNCT), based on their mandates and comparative advantages, to support the implementation of [peace agreement], as well as to continuously adjust this deployment according to the progress made in the implementation of [UN Mission]’s mandate, consistent with the division of tasks with the UNCT requested in [paragraph of Security Council resolution], while stressing the importance of adequate resources for the UNCT, calls on the UNCT to enhance its presence and activities in [specific areas of affected country], and encourages Member States and relevant organizations to consider providing the necessary voluntary funding to this end;

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... stressing the importance of effective engagement and liaison with local communities, as well as humanitarian actors, including through regular communication about [UN Mission’s] mandate, including its planned actions and capacities, security threats and related information, both within and outside [UN Mission premises where civilians have sought refuge and protection, and temporarily settled], in order to fulfil [UN Mission]’s Protection of Civilians mandate,

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Requests [UN Mission] to continue using relevant and tailored communication tools, in particular radio, to help the local population better understand the mandate of the mission, its activities, and to build trust with [affected country’s] citizens, parties to the conflict, regional and other international actors and partners on the ground as part of an effective political strategy;

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... encourages [UN-regional Mission], the United Nations Country Team and other United Nations entities operating in [region of affected country] to strengthen integration and stresses the importance of the appropriate distribution of tasks and coordination between [UN-regional Mission] and the United Nations Country Team;

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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: ... (ii) To deter violence against civilians ... including through regular interaction with civilians and working closely with humanitarian, human rights and development organizations, in areas at high risk of conflict ... (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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Decides that the mandate of [UN Mission] shall include the following immediate priority tasks: ... (c) Facilitate the creation of a secure environment for the immediate, full, safe and unhindered delivery of humanitarian assistance – To improve coordination with humanitarian actors, in order to facilitate the creation of a secure environment for the immediate, full, safe and unhindered, civilian-led delivery of humanitarian assistance, in accordance with United Nations guiding humanitarian principles and relevant provisions of international law, and for the voluntary safe, dignified and sustainable return or local integration or resettlement of internally displaced persons or refugees in close coordination with humanitarian actors;

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Requests [UN Mission] to work closely with the UNCT and its component United Nations agencies, funds and programmes, to accelerate preparations for the closure of [UN Mission] by reinforcing programmatic cooperation for the transition of remaining mandated responsibilities, wherever relevant, and scaling up the activities and programming of the UNCT, including assistance on peace consolidation, to support [Government of affected country] to strengthen the capacity of its institutions, particularly as regards refugee returns, security reforms, human rights, and social cohesion, requests [relevant UN regional office] to make available its good offices, as necessary, to [Government of affected country] and the future United Nations Resident Coordinator, and encourages the international community, including bilateral and multilateral donors to assist the activities of the UNCT;

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... stresses the importance of the appropriate distribution of tasks and coordination between [AU-UN Mission] and the UNCT in order to implement the review of [AU-UN Mission];

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Decides that the mandate of [UN Mission] shall include the following immediate priority tasks: (a) Protection of civilians ... (iii) To identify and record threats and attacks against the civilian population, including through regular interaction with the civilian population and working closely with humanitarian and human rights organizations;

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Underlining the importance of close coordination of the range of United Nations policing activities, both at headquarters and in the field, in particular between Security Council-mandated missions and the United Nations Country Team, as appropriate, and encouraging relevant United Nations entities mandated to undertake policing activities to work through existing coordination mechanisms, as appropriate

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Stresses the need to address gaps in the integrated strategic and operational architecture of [UN Mission], calls on [UN Mission] and UNCT to put in place the full requirements of the United Nations Policy on Integrated Assessment and Planning, including the establishment of integrated mechanisms for joint analysis, planning, coordination, monitoring, and decision-making, especially for joint operational planning for the military and police on protection of civilians; further calls on the Secretariat to assist the Mission in these tasks, and requests that the Secretary-General include steps taken in this regard in his next regular report to the Council on [UN Mission]

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Noting the need for effective coordination and integration structures within [UN Mission], and between [UN Mission] and UNCT, and encouraging swift development and implementation of a clearer strategic vision, priorities and a strategic and operational planning system within [UN Mission], as well as an improved early warning and response mechanism and coordination of protection of civilians activities with UNCT

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Authorizes the Secretary-General to take the necessary steps to facilitate inter-mission cooperation and, if needed and subject to further Council consideration, complementary force and asset generation, and authorizes, in order to reach the new levels of troops and police within the overall troop ceiling set out in [relevant paragraph of the resolution] on a temporary basis, appropriate transfer of troops, force enablers, and multipliers from other missions, in particular [UN Missions], subject to the agreement of the troop-contributing countries and without prejudice to the performance of the mandates of these United Nations missions

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Emphasizes the need for strong coordination and information-sharing between [UN Mission], [AU task force] and [AU Mission] in the context of their protection of civilians activities ...

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Stressing the importance of continued to efforts to enhance effective working between [the Mission]’s military, civilian and police components, and between [the Mission] and humanitarian organizations in [the affected region], in the implementation of its mandate,

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Reaffirms the inter-mission cooperation arrangements provided for in its [relevant resolution] and calls upon the United Nations in [relevant counties], including all components of [relevant missions], within their respective mandates, capabilities and areas of deployment, to enhance their inter-mission cooperation for the stabilization of the border area, including through the development of a shared, strategic vision and plan, in support of the [relevant national] authorities;

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Recalls that the protection of civilians requires a coordinated response from all relevant mission components and encourages [the mission] to enhance interaction, under the authority of the Special Representative of the Secretary-General, between its civil and military components at all levels and humanitarian actors, in order to consolidate expertise on the protection of civilians.

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