Women peace and security agenda security council resolution 1325 2000 on women peace and security was the first resolution to recognize the unique and disproportionate effects of armed conflict on women and girls it urges member states the un and other actors to address these circumstances. Women peace and security an international perspective 10 ethics credit in pa ny nj il fl ct un security council resolutions and national action plans reaffirm the importance women in peace making and national security however on average women have constituted only 7 percent of negotiators of peace and 25 percent of signatories to peace this panel of experts from around the . The women peace and security agenda has a transformative potential it is a powerful tool for moving from exclusive to democratic decision making from gender inequality to gender justice and from conflict and violence to sustainable and feminist peace the agenda is now recognised internationally but there are still challenges. The resolution was the first security council resolution to link women to the peace and security agenda looking at the impact of war on women and their contribution to conflict resolution and
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