Implementation of United Nations Security Council Resolution 1325 in Cambodia
Farquharson, Jennifer Ashley
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United Nations Security Council Resolution 1325 (UNSCR 1325) was created in 2000 for the purpose of promoting women’s equal and meaningful participation throughout peace and security processes. This research examined how and where UNSCR 1325 has been implemented in Cambodia, a post-conflict state, and what the impact has been on gendered peace and security processes. In examining successful implementation of the resolution, key tenets of “prevention, protection, participation and peacebuilding and recovery” were examined (Coomaraswamy, 2015, p. 13). Central throughout this research are human security and gendered peace and security frameworks. From participant interviews and document analysis, this thesis concluded that although UNSCR 1325 has begun to be implemented by civil society, international organizations and government bodies, there remains opportunity for further implementation. This thesis adds to the growing body of knowledge on how UNSCR 1325 has been implemented around the world.
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