UN Documents for Women, Peace and Security: Security Council Letters

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15 October 2008 S/2008/655 This was a letter from Chin attaching a concept paper for the Security Council meeting on "Women and peace and security", to be held on 29 October 2008.
16 June 2008 S/2008/402 This was from the representatives of the UK and Canada on the Wilton Park conference 'Women targeted or affected by armed conflict: what role for military peacekeepers?'.
4 June 2008 S/2008/364 This was a letter from the US enclosing a concept paper for the 19 June Council debate on "Women, peace and security: sexual violence in situations of armed conflict."
17 October 2007 S/2007/607 This letter transmitted the report on the Africa Regional Meeting on Gender Justice.
23 October 2006 S/2006/848 This letter transmitted the report of the High-level meeting, on the theme "Gender justice in Liberia: the way forward", which was organized by Partners for Gender Justice, in cooperation with the Ministry of Gender and Development and the Ministry of Justice of the Government of Liberia, on 9 and 10 October 2006 in Monrovia.
24 October 2005 S/2005/669 This letter transmitted the report of the High-level Meeting on "Building partnerships for promoting gender justice in post-conflict societies" that was organized by the Swedish Ministry for Foreign Affairs, in cooperation with UNIFEM and ILAC, from 25 to 26 August 2005 in Stockholm.
23 October 2005 S/2005/664 This was a letter to inform that the debate on women's in participation in peace processes will be held on 27 October.
25 October 2004 S/2004/862 This transmitted the report of the Conference on Gender Justice in Post-Conflict Situations.
9 December 2002 S/2002/1408 This letter transmitted a report of the Conference, held in Santiago on 4 and 5 November 2002, on the role of women in peacekeeping operations.
4 December 2001 S/2001/1155 This letter transmitted the report of the subregional conference on the protection of women and children in armed conflict in central Africa, held at Kinshasa from 14 to 16 November 2001.
12 July 2000 S/2000/693 This letter transmitted the Windhoek Declaration and the Namibia Plan of Action on Mainstreaming a Gender Perspective in Multidimensional Peace Support Operations.