The Resource Women, peace and security : Canada moves forward to increase women's engagement, Standing Senate Committee on Human Rights, (electronic resource)

Women, peace and security : Canada moves forward to increase women's engagement, Standing Senate Committee on Human Rights, (electronic resource)

Label
Women, peace and security : Canada moves forward to increase women's engagement
Title
Women, peace and security
Title remainder
Canada moves forward to increase women's engagement
Statement of responsibility
Standing Senate Committee on Human Rights
Title variation
Femmes, la paix et la sécurité : le Canada agit pour renforcer la participation des femmes
Contributor
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Member of
Cataloging source
CaBNVSL
Dewey number
305.4/0971
Government publication
federal national government publication
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
no index present
LC call number
HQ1233
LC item number
.W646 2010eb
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
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  • Canada
  • Canadian Electronic Library (Firm)
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  • Women
  • Women
  • Women and peace
  • Women and war
Label
Women, peace and security : Canada moves forward to increase women's engagement, Standing Senate Committee on Human Rights, (electronic resource)
Link
http://www.deslibris.ca/ID/225852
Instantiates
Publication
Note
  • "November 2010"--Cover
  • Issued as part of the desLibris documents collection
Antecedent source
not applicable
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographic references
Color
multicolored
Contents
  • Members -- Order of reference -- Executive summary -- The Committee's findings -- United Nations Security Council Resolution 1325: Canada's role -- The Committee's observations on the Government of Canada's Action Plan -- Monitoring -- The Committee's recommendations -- The National Action Plan -- Enabling women to be decision-makers in matters of peace and security -- Building gender-sensitive peace and security architecture -- Strengthening justice institutions and access to remedies -- Institutional changes at the United Nations --
  • Chapter 1. Introduction. 1.1. Overview -- 1.1.1. Resolution 1325 - Women and Armed Conflict -- 1.2. Resolution 1325: a work in progress -- 1.2.1. Recent international developments -- 1.2.2. The situation today -- 1.3. The purpose of this study -- 1.4. The Committee's report: a focus on implementation -- 1.4.1. Organization of the report --
  • Chapter 2. Women's participation in matters of peace and security - women as agents of conflict resolution and peacebuilding. 2.1. What do Resolutions 1325 and 1889 say? -- 2.1.1. Resolution 1325 -- 2.1.2. Resolution 1889 -- 2.2. Why does women's participation matter? -- 2.3. The current gaps in implementation -- 2.3.1. Economic resources -- 2.3.2. Capacity -- 2.4. The current focus on protection issues -- 2.4.1. Limited data -- 2.4.2. Slow progress on appointments and gender mainstreaming at the UN -- 2.4.3. Institutional fragmentation at the UN -- 2.4.4. Moving forward --
  • Chapter 3. Confronting sexual violence against women and girls in wartime. 3.1. What do Resolutions 1325, 1820 and 1888 say? -- 3.1.1. Resolution 1325 -- 3.1.2. Resolution 1820 -- 3.1.3. Resolution 1888 -- 3.2. The need to draw special attention to the protection of women and girls in situations of armed conflict -- 3.3. The current gaps in implementation -- 3.3.1. Gender perspectives in peace and security architecture -- 3.3.2. Prosecution and redress for sexual violence: national and international mechanisms for justice -- 3.3.3. Support for victims of sexual violence -- 3.4. The relationship between women's participation in decision-making and post-conflict progress --
  • Chapter 4. Implementing the United Nations resolutions on women, peace and security - a robust, funded and sustained role for Canada. 4.1. Overview -- 4.2. Implementing the United Nations resolutions on women, peace and security: an international challenge -- 4.3. A framework to guide Canada's activities on women, peace and security -- 4.3.1. The established framework for Canadian activities -- 4.3.2. The Committee's framework -- 4.4. National action plans -- 4.4.1. Overview -- 4.4.2. Canada's activities since 2000 -- 4.4.3. Debating a Canadian national action plan -- 4.4.4. Canada's Action Plan -- 4.5. Responsibilities for implementation -- 4.5.1. Canadian government organization for implementing Resolution 1325 -- 4.5.2. A clear centre of responsibility -- 4.6. Lasting peace and security requires that women be decision-makers -- 4.7. Building gender-sensitive peace and security architecture -- 4.8. Strengthening justice institutions -- 4.9. Related activities at the United Nations -- 4.10. Re-engaging with United Nations peacekeeping? --
  • Conclusion -- Appendix I. United Nations Security Council Resolutions 1325 (2000), 1820 (2008), 1888 (2009), AND 1889 (2009) -- Appendix II. United Nations entities with roles and responsibilities related to United Nations Security Council (UNSC) Resolution 1325 -- Appendix III. Witnesses
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 electronic text (xiii, 156 p.)
Form of item
online
Other physical details
ill., digital file.
Publisher number
225852
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
  • (CaBNVSL)gtp00546093
  • (OCoLC)758076365
  • (CaOOCEL)225852
System details
Mode of access: World Wide Web
Label
Women, peace and security : Canada moves forward to increase women's engagement, Standing Senate Committee on Human Rights, (electronic resource)
Link
http://www.deslibris.ca/ID/225852
Publication
Note
  • "November 2010"--Cover
  • Issued as part of the desLibris documents collection
Antecedent source
not applicable
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographic references
Color
multicolored
Contents
  • Members -- Order of reference -- Executive summary -- The Committee's findings -- United Nations Security Council Resolution 1325: Canada's role -- The Committee's observations on the Government of Canada's Action Plan -- Monitoring -- The Committee's recommendations -- The National Action Plan -- Enabling women to be decision-makers in matters of peace and security -- Building gender-sensitive peace and security architecture -- Strengthening justice institutions and access to remedies -- Institutional changes at the United Nations --
  • Chapter 1. Introduction. 1.1. Overview -- 1.1.1. Resolution 1325 - Women and Armed Conflict -- 1.2. Resolution 1325: a work in progress -- 1.2.1. Recent international developments -- 1.2.2. The situation today -- 1.3. The purpose of this study -- 1.4. The Committee's report: a focus on implementation -- 1.4.1. Organization of the report --
  • Chapter 2. Women's participation in matters of peace and security - women as agents of conflict resolution and peacebuilding. 2.1. What do Resolutions 1325 and 1889 say? -- 2.1.1. Resolution 1325 -- 2.1.2. Resolution 1889 -- 2.2. Why does women's participation matter? -- 2.3. The current gaps in implementation -- 2.3.1. Economic resources -- 2.3.2. Capacity -- 2.4. The current focus on protection issues -- 2.4.1. Limited data -- 2.4.2. Slow progress on appointments and gender mainstreaming at the UN -- 2.4.3. Institutional fragmentation at the UN -- 2.4.4. Moving forward --
  • Chapter 3. Confronting sexual violence against women and girls in wartime. 3.1. What do Resolutions 1325, 1820 and 1888 say? -- 3.1.1. Resolution 1325 -- 3.1.2. Resolution 1820 -- 3.1.3. Resolution 1888 -- 3.2. The need to draw special attention to the protection of women and girls in situations of armed conflict -- 3.3. The current gaps in implementation -- 3.3.1. Gender perspectives in peace and security architecture -- 3.3.2. Prosecution and redress for sexual violence: national and international mechanisms for justice -- 3.3.3. Support for victims of sexual violence -- 3.4. The relationship between women's participation in decision-making and post-conflict progress --
  • Chapter 4. Implementing the United Nations resolutions on women, peace and security - a robust, funded and sustained role for Canada. 4.1. Overview -- 4.2. Implementing the United Nations resolutions on women, peace and security: an international challenge -- 4.3. A framework to guide Canada's activities on women, peace and security -- 4.3.1. The established framework for Canadian activities -- 4.3.2. The Committee's framework -- 4.4. National action plans -- 4.4.1. Overview -- 4.4.2. Canada's activities since 2000 -- 4.4.3. Debating a Canadian national action plan -- 4.4.4. Canada's Action Plan -- 4.5. Responsibilities for implementation -- 4.5.1. Canadian government organization for implementing Resolution 1325 -- 4.5.2. A clear centre of responsibility -- 4.6. Lasting peace and security requires that women be decision-makers -- 4.7. Building gender-sensitive peace and security architecture -- 4.8. Strengthening justice institutions -- 4.9. Related activities at the United Nations -- 4.10. Re-engaging with United Nations peacekeeping? --
  • Conclusion -- Appendix I. United Nations Security Council Resolutions 1325 (2000), 1820 (2008), 1888 (2009), AND 1889 (2009) -- Appendix II. United Nations entities with roles and responsibilities related to United Nations Security Council (UNSC) Resolution 1325 -- Appendix III. Witnesses
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 electronic text (xiii, 156 p.)
Form of item
online
Other physical details
ill., digital file.
Publisher number
225852
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
  • (CaBNVSL)gtp00546093
  • (OCoLC)758076365
  • (CaOOCEL)225852
System details
Mode of access: World Wide Web

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