UN: Fourth anniversary of Security Council Resolution 1325
The adoption in 2000 of Security Council Resolution 1325 on women, peace and security is an historic landmark, marking the first time that the Security Council addressed specifically the role and experience of women in the context of armed conflict.
Submitted on Mon, 11/15/2004 - 01:00
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