The Women, Peace and Security Agenda: Challenges and Opportunities for the OSCE Mediterranean Partners for Co-operation

This paper, developed within the framework of the New-Med Research Network, aims to examine the state of implementation of United Nations Security Council Resolution 1325 (2000), along with its related resolutions, and its potential in the six OSCE Mediterranean Partners for Co-operation – namely, Algeria, Egypt, Israel, Jordan, Morocco and Tunisia – 17 years after its adoption. A central goal of the research is to identify new ways and means by which to enhance the role of the OSCE in advancing the 1325 agenda in the Mediterranean region.

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Rome, IAI, September 2018, 38 p.
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18|22
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18/09/2018

Executive Summary Introduction
1. The Mediterranean and the implementation of UNSCR 1325+: Challenges in the post-Arab Spring societies
2. Israel
3. Algeria
4. Morocco
5. Egypt
6. Jordan
7. Tunisia
8. General observations and critical issues
9. Recommendations: How to support and accelerate the implementation of UNSCR 1325+ in the six OSCE MPCs
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