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Welcomes the recommendation of the Special Representative of the Secretary General for Sexual Violence in Conflict for [Government of affected country] to look to adopt a Joint Communiqué with the United Nations to address conflict-related sexual violence, including through close cooperation with the Special Representative’s office, [UN-regional organization Mission], and the UN Country Team, focusing on survivors’ access to medical, psychosocial, legal and socioeconomic services, monitoring, analysis, documentation and information sharing on sexual violence, rule of law responses to conflict-related sexual violence, and engagement with the security sector, religious leaders, and civil society ...

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[op. 10] Calls for the inclusion within national and regional strategies of programmes to support community efforts to address the stigma of sexual and gender-based] violence and the reintegration of survivors into their communities; [op. 63] ... calls upon [Government of affected country] to finalize and sign a joint communique with the UN on addressing sexual and gender-based violence in conflict, and further calls upon [armed group] to implement the commitments contained in [specific unilateral commitment on preventing sexual violence] of [month/year] and upon [other armed group] to make similar commitments;

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... urges [Government of affected country] and [armed group] to implement the joint and unilateral commitments and action plans they have made on preventing conflict-related sexual violence with focus on prevention, accountability, and enhancing assistance to victims, ...

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... calling for support for [affected country’s] government to develop a comprehensive strategy on sexual and gender-based violence to reduce overall levels of sexual violence,

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... urges [Government of affected country], with the support of the United Nations, to accelerate the implementation of [commitments and action plan] to combat sexual violence in conflict;

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... expressing concern about the lack of implementation, including funding, of [Government of affected country]’s National Action Plan on Security Council resolution 1325 (2000) as well as the lack of a national entity responsible for its implementation,

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... calls on [Government of affected country] to further pursue its action plan commitments to end sexual violence and violations committed by its armed forces and continue efforts in that regard, noting that failure to do so may result in [affected country’s armed forces] being named again in future Secretary-General’s reports on sexual violence;

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Takes note of the ongoing efforts of [affected country’s authorities] to enhance the capabilities of [affected country’s police forces], calls for further efforts towards that goal, including the commitment by [relevant Ministry of affected country’s Government] to develop an effective strategy for coordinating increased recruitment, retention, training and capacity development for women in [affected country police forces], fully implement [affected country]’s 1325 National Action Plan, and further the implementation of their gender integration strategy, stresses the importance of international assistance through financial support and provision of trainers and mentors ...

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Reiterates the importance of increasing, in a comprehensive framework, the functionality, professionalism and accountability of [affected country’s] security sector through appropriate vetting procedures, training including on women’s and children’s rights and on gender issues in support of the implementation of resolution 1325 and [affected country]’s 1325 National Action Plan, ...

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... welcomes the [date] Joint Communiqué of the Government of [affected country] and the United Nations on Addressing Conflict-Related Sexual Violence, the [date] unilateral communiqué issued by [armed group] on Preventing Conflict-Related Sexual Violence, and the signing of undertakings by senior commanders of [armed group] as well as the development of an Implementation Plan in addressing conflict-related sexual violence in accordance with resolution 1960 (2010) and 2106 (2013), urges [armed forces] and [armed group] to take concrete, specific and time-bound steps towards implementing their respective Communiqués with the support of the United Nations and other stakeholders; calls upon the Government of [affected country] to ensure the meaningful participation of [armed forces] in all the discussions and processes aimed at implementing the Joint Communiqué, ...

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... calls upon Member States to further integrate the women, peace and security agenda into their strategic plans such as national actions plans and other planning frameworks, with sufficient resources, including implementation of relevant obligations under international humanitarian law and international human rights law, through broad consultation, including with civil society, in particular women’s organizations, calls upon countries with national action plans to provide an update on the progress made in their implementation and review during the annual Security Council Open Debates on Women, Peace and Security, further welcomes the efforts of regional organizations to implement resolution 1325, including through the adoption of regional frameworks, and encourages them to pursue further implementation;

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... calls upon [parties to the conflict] as a matter of urgency to finalize actions plans to implement the commitments made under their respective communiqués, urges the Government of [affected country] to implement without delay the commitments made in accordance with resolution 1960 (2010) and 2106 (2013), and further calls for specific and time bound commitments by both parties to combat sexual violence in accordance with resolution 1960 (2010) and 2106 (2013);

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Also calls on the Government of [affected country] to pursue its action plan commitments to end sexual violence and violations committed by its armed forces and undertake further efforts in that regard, noting that failure to do so may result in [national armed forces] being named in the Secretary-General’s report on sexual violence

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Decides that the mandate of [UN Mission] shall be the following: ... (g) Support for compliance with international humanitarian and human rights law – To support the efforts of the Government in combating sexual- and gender-based violence, including through contributing to the development of a nationally owned multi-sectoral strategy in cooperation with UN Action Against Sexual Violence in Conflict entities

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Demands that the parties to the conflict immediately cease all acts of sexual violence, and make and implement specific and time-bound commitments to combat such violence, in accordance with resolution 2106 (2013); ... notes the inclusion of protection to women and children from sexual violence and gender based violence, as part of the mission-wide Protection of Civilians strategy identified in [relevant paragraph] above ...

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Reiterates its demand for the complete cessation with immediate effect by all parties to armed conflict of all acts of sexual violence and its call for these parties to make and implement specific time-bound commitments to combat sexual violence, which should include, inter alia, issuance of clear orders through chains of command prohibiting sexual violence and accountability for breaching these orders, the prohibition of sexual violence in Codes of conduct, military and police field manuals or equivalent and to make and implement specific commitments on timely investigation of alleged abuses; and further calls upon all relevant parties to armed conflict to cooperate in the framework of such commitments, with appropriate United Nations mission personnel who monitor their implementation, and calls upon the parties to designate, as appropriate, a high-level representative responsible for ensuring implementation of such commitments;

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... emphasizes the importance of [the Mission] supporting the Government of [the affected country] in developing and implementing a national strategy for preventing and responding to sexual and gender-based violence;

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Calls upon parties to armed conflict to make and implement specific and time-bound commitments to combat sexual violence, which should include, inter alia, issuance of clear orders through chains of command prohibiting sexual violence and the prohibition of sexual violence in Codes of Conduct, military field manuals, or equivalent; and further calls upon those parties to make and implement specific commitments on timely investigation of alleged abuses in order to hold perpetrators accountable;

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Requests the Secretary-General to track and monitor implementation of these commitments by parties to armed conflict on the Security Council’s agenda that engage in patterns of rape and other sexual violence, and regularly update the Council in relevant reports and briefings;

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