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date: 20 October 2019

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This chapter examines the core recommendations set out in the report of the 2015 Global Study on the Implementation of United Nations Security Council 1325. Commissioned by the Security Council, the study was mandated to highlight examples of good practice, implementation gaps and challenges, as well as emerging trends and priorities for action. Drawing on three focus areas that emerged from the global study, this chapter considers the recommendations in the broader political context, in particular the global shift toward inclusive and sustainable peace and security. This chapter argues that providing transformative justice for women, ensuring gender-sensitive and inclusive conflict prevention strategies, and creating counterterrorism approaches which respect women’s autonomy and human rights are central to the WPS agenda. Moreover, it concludes that addressing women’s experiences during conflict requires a deeper analysis of the impact of new technologies of war on women.

Keywords: transformative justice, gender sensitive, conflict prevention, inclusive conflict prevention, autonomy

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