CONVOCATION 24 NOVEMBER 2013: 25 november Against immunity of members of peacekeeping missions of the UN!
AGAINST IMPUNITY! For the abolition of the immunity of members of peacekeeping missions of the UN! Initiating the global campaign of the International Network of Women in Black on the 13th anniversary of UN Resolution 1325 "Women, Peace and Security" On the 31st of October, 2000, the Security Council (SC) of the UN passed Resolution 1325 (R1325), "Women, Peace and Security". It was the first time that the UN Security Council called for the inclusion of women in peace processes and in the implementation of peace agreements. At least, those were the ideas behind the R1325, for which many peace activists all around the world have been working tirelessly. The R1325 focuses on four major points: (1) participation of women in peace processes and decision-making on peace. (2) Incorporate gender in peace processes and training on gender perspective in what we call "peacekeeping missions". (3) Protection of women in armed conflict and post-conflict situat