UN Documents for Peacekeeping: Security Council Resolutions

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9 September 2021 S/RES/2594 This unanimously adopted resolution addressed the crucial role peace operations play in the pursuit of sustainable political solutions and building peace and emphasised the need for peace operations to engage at the earliest possible stage in integrated planning and coordination on transitions with the host state and other national stakeholders.
18 August 2021 S/RES/2589 This unanimously adopted resolution focused on facilitating accountability for crimes committed against peacekeepers, requested the Secretary-General include updates in his annual briefing to the Council on peacekeeping reform and called for the establishment of a comprehensive online database of crimes against UN peacekeepers.
30 March 2020 S/RES/2518 This was a resolution on improving the safety and security of peacekeepers.
13 December 2018 S/RES/2447 This was a resolution drafted by the Netherlands and Côte d’Ivoire on “strengthening support to police, justice and corrections areas in peacekeeping operations and special political missions”.
21 September 2018 S/RES/2436 This was a resolution on peacekeeping performance.
6 November 2017 S/RES/2382 This was a resolution, unanimously adopted, stressing the important contribution UN policing can provide in peacekeeping and special political missions throughout the conflict cycle across the entire peace continuum.
20 September 2017 S/RES/2378 This was a resolution on UN peacekeeping reform.
30 June 2017 S/RES/2365 This was a resolution on mine action.
11 March 2016 S/RES/2272 This was a resolution addressing sexual exploitation and abuse in peace operations, with Egypt abstaining.
20 November 2014 S/RES/2185 This was the first standalone resolution on UN policing.
28 July 2014 S/RES/2167 This resolution was on regional partnerships and peacekeeping.
8 May 2014 S/RES/2154 This resolution created the "Captain Mbaye Diagne Medal for Exceptional Courage" to be awarded to UN military, police and civilian personnel.
28 April 2014 S/RES/2151 This was the first-ever stand-alone resolution on security sector reform.
21 January 2013 S/RES/2086 Emphasised the relationship between peacekeeping and peacebuilding.
29 May 2009 S/RES/1873 This renewed UNFICYP and noted the importance of contingency planning in relation to settlement.