Posted by: trudecdgecs | July 28, 2009

The Secretary General’s Report on Security Council Resolution 1820

In June 2008, the Security Council passed resolution 1820 on women, peace and security.  The resolution represents a crucial recognition of the consequences of sexual violence in war, both for individual victims and for broader communities and a lasting peace, and commits the issue to the attention of the Security Council, Secretary General, and UN. Resolution 1820 builds on resolution 1325 (2000).

The Secretary-General’s report on implementing Security Council resolution 1820 has now been published. You can download the report (in the 6 UN languages) here.

For more information about the resolution, see Stop Rape Now’s presentation here or information sheet here.



  1. I want to get UNSC resolution 1820 in Burmese

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