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Requests [UN Mission] to continue to intensify its presence and active patrolling in areas of ... high concentrations of IDPs and refugees, ... and key routes for population movement, to extend its presence, including through proactive deployment and patrolling, to areas of displacement, return, resettlement, and reintegration, in order to foster a secure environment for the eventual safe and voluntary return of IDPs and refugees, and to conduct regular reviews of its geographic deployment to ensure that its forces are best placed to fulfil its mandate;

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Expresses its concern over the continued high levels of internally displaced persons in and refugees from [affected country], strongly encourages intensified efforts by [Government of affected country] in ensuring the protection of all internally displaced persons in line with [relevant national policy on IDPs]

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Encourages Member States, in particular transit and destination States receiving persons forcibly displaced by armed conflict, to develop and use early-warning and early-screening frameworks of potential or imminent risk of trafficking in persons to proactively and expediently detect victims and persons vulnerable to trafficking, with special attention to women and children, especially those unaccompanied;

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... underscoring that host communities should provide access to safe areas for internally displaced persons and that those who commit violations and abuses against them should be held accountable, welcoming commitments and encouraging continued efforts of [Government of affected country] for the relief of internally displaced persons, refugees and returnees, noting the important role of the Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees, based on its mandate, in providing continued advice and support to [Government of affected country], in coordination with [UN Mission], on these issues, and encouraging [Government of affected country] to continue working with [UN Mission] and humanitarian agencies to ensure the delivery of humanitarian relief to all those in need,

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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: (i) Without prejudice to the primary responsibility of [affected country’s authorities] to protect civilians, to protect civilians across [region of affected country], including women and children, through, inter alia, ... proactive military deployment and active and effective patrolling in areas at high risk of conflict and high concentration of IDPs; ... securing IDP camps, adjacent areas and areas of return; ... (iv) To support, in coordination with [Government of affected country], the capacity-building of [Government of affected country’s] police in [region of affected country], including the development and training of community policing, including on providing security in IDP camps and along migration routes, in accordance with international standards of human rights and accountability; (v) To monitor through proactive patrolling policing activities in camps for internally displaced persons; ...

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[op. 11] ... welcomes initial steps taken such as the deployment of female members of the security services to IDP camps where sexual exploitation and abuse has been reported or confirmed; [op. 21] ... urges relevant national and local authorities ... to take all necessary steps to respond to the humanitarian needs of host communities, and encourages the international community to extend its support in this regard ...

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Encourages [UN Mission] to continue assisting [Government of affected country] in providing adequate protection to the civilian population, with particular attention to the needs of internally displaced persons ... through joint community policing in the camps, in line with Security Council resolution 1894 (2009);

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... calls upon the Government of [affected country] ... to continue to support [UN Mission] by the allocation of land for [UN Mission premises where civilians have sought refuge and protection, and temporarily settled];

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Welcoming the continued efforts of the [affected country’s national police] to patrol and enhance its presence and engagement directly with the population; recognizing [UN Mission]’s continued community policing efforts, in close coordination with camp committees, in sites for internally displaced persons, and welcoming their engagement with the population,

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Calls on the Governments of [affected country] and [neighboring country] to continue reinforcing their cooperation ... and to implement the shared border strategy to inter alia support the ... voluntary and safe repatriation of refugees as well as to address the root causes of conflict and tension

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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 foreign nationals, especially through proactive deployment, active patrolling with particular attention to displaced civilians, including, but not limited to, those in protection sites and refugee camps, ... in particular when the Government of [affected country] is unable or failing to provide such security;

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Decides that the mandate of [UN Mission] shall include the following immediate priority tasks: ... (c) Facilitate the immediate, full, safe and unhindered delivery of humanitarian assistance To enhance civil-military coordination within [UN Mission] and improve coordination with humanitarian actors, to facilitate the creation of a secure environment ... 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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Encourages [UN Mission] to continue assisting the Government of [affected country] in providing adequate protection to the civilian population, with particular attention to the needs of internally displaced persons and other vulnerable groups, especially women and children, including through joint community policing in the camps, in line with Security Council resolution 1894 (2009)

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Requests the [Government] to ensure the protection and well-being of all internally displaced persons, including from sexual violence and exploitation, paying particular attention to ensuring that the human rights of internally displaced persons in [the country] are respected in relation to relocations, and to ensure a fully consultative process, providing prior notice and ensuring safe, sanitary new sites that have basic services, as well as full, safe and unhindered access for humanitarian organizations;

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Decides to extend ... the multidimensional presence in [the affected countries] intended to help create the security conditions conducive to a voluntary, secure and sustainable return of refugees and displaced persons, inter alia, by contributing to the protection of refugees, displaced persons and civilians in danger, by facilitating the provision of humanitarian assistance in [the affected region] and by creating favourable conditions for the reconstruction and economic and social development of those areas.

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Decides that [the mission] shall have the following mandate in [the affected country], in liaison with the United Nations country team ... Security and protection of civilians (c) To liaise with the ... Government [of the affected country] and the Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) in support of their efforts to relocate refugee camps which are in close proximity to the border, and to provide to UNHCR, on availability and cost-reimbursable basis, logistical assistance for that purpose; ... (e) To support the initiatives of national and local authorities in [the affected country] to resolve local tensions and promote local reconciliation efforts, in order to enhance the environment for the return of internally displaced persons.

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Recalls that the [opposition group] bears a particular responsibility to protect the returnees and to facilitate the return of the remaining displaced population, and requests further measures to be undertaken [by United Nations agencies] to create conditions conducive to the return of refugees and internally displaced persons, ... to develop their skills and to increase their self-reliance, with full respect for their inalienable right to return to their homes in secure and dignified conditions.

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