Translating Women, Peace and Security mandates into political realities in UN peacekeeping

United Nations published this video item, entitled “Translating Women, Peace and Security mandates into political realities in UN peacekeeping” – below is their description.

This training video aims to provide guidance to UN peacekeeping personnel on how to enhance women’s full, equal and meaningful participation in peace and political processes. Drawing on a case study, it highlights the Women, Peace and Security (WPS) mandates, provides key actions for implementation and tips to measure results on how peace operations can help accelerate implementation of the WPS agenda.

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