UN Documents for Haiti: Security Council Resolutions

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15 October 2020 S/RES/2547 This resolution renewed BINUH for one year.
25 June 2019 S/RES/2476 This resolution established BINUH, an SPM that will continue the UN presence in Haiti following the conclusion of MINUJUSTH.
12 April 2019 S/RES/2466 This was a resolution renewing the mandate of MINUJUSTH for six months, until 15 October. 
10 April 2018 S/RES/2410 This was a resolution extending the mandate of MINUJUSTH for another year under Chapter VII and set a timeline for the gradual drawdown of formed police units.
13 April 2017 S/RES/2350 This was a resolution extending MINUSTAH’s mandate for a final six-month period until 15 October and authorising the establishment of a smaller successor peacekeeping mission, the UN Mission for Justice Support in Haiti (MINUJUSTH).
13 October 2016 S/RES/2313 This was a resolution renewing the mandate of MINUSTAH for six months while maintaining its authorised troop strength at 2,370 military personnel.
14 October 2015 S/RES/2243 This was a resolution extending the mandate of MINUSTAH for one year while maintaining its authorised troop strength at 2,370 military personnel and 2,601 police.
14 October 2014 S/RES/2180 This was a resolution extending the mandate of MINUSTAH until 15 October 2015 and authorising a reduction in military personnel from 5,021 to 2,370.
10 October 2013 S/RES/2119 This resolution extended the mandate of MINUSTAH until 15 October 2014.
12 October 2012 S/RES/2070 This resolution renewed the Mandate of MINUSTAH until 15 October 2013.
14 October 2011 S/RES/2012 This resolution renewed the mandate of MINUSTAH and reduced the number of military personnel by 1,600 and police personnel by 1,150.
14 October 2010 S/RES/1944 This resolution renewed the mandate of MINUSTAH for 12 months, maintained the current force level and called on the Secretary-General to conduct a comprehensive assessment of the security environment following the 28 November elections and transfer of power to a new government in 2011.
4 June 2010 S/RES/1927 This resolution expressed concern over new challenges and threats resulting from the 12 January earthquake in Haiti, authorised the deployment of 680 additional officers for the police component of MINUSTAH as a temporary surge with a particular focus on building the capacity of the Haitian National Police and encouraged the mission, within available means, to provide temporary logistical and technical support to the government of Haiti that will be phased out as Haiti's national capacity grows.
19 January 2010 S/RES/1908 This resolution increased the force levels of the UN Stabilization Mission in Haiti (MINUSTAH) in order to support increased requirements in the aftermath of the 12 January earthquake.
13 October 2009 S/RES/1892 This resolution extended the mandate of MINUSTAH through 15 October 2010.