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On 11-12 June, UN Women, with the Office of the National Security Council of Georgia, the State Security Service of Georgia and the Georgian Intelligence Service, conducted its first staff training on sexual harassment prevention and response mechanisms.
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Recent developments around the world have brought women, peace, and security issues to the forefront of media attention.
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Integration of gender perspective in the defence sector is becoming increasingly important every day. Equally, gender dimension in protection of civilians in conflicts and military operations are becoming of particular importance nowadays.
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Empowering women affected by conflict, facilitating their dialogue with government actors, advocating for their needs with the relevant agencies and engaging them in decision-making processes are among the UN Women's priorities.
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Eliko Bendeliani, chair of the Center for Peace and Civic Development, a non-governmental organization, not only participates in these activities but also constantly strives to involve more women and young people in the peace process.
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Inclusive peace processes in Georgia and integrating a gender perspective into the negotiations is one of the strategic areas of UN Women and includes raising awareness about gender-sensitive conflict analysis, and training women mediators.
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UN Women continues to support regular information-sharing meetings between the Georgian participants of the Incident Prevention and Response Mechanism (IPRM) and representatives of women’s civil society organizations, IDPs and conflict-affected women.
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UN Women provides technical support to the Ministries of Defence and Internal Affairs of Georgia towards the development and improvement of sexual harassment prevention and response mechanisms.
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The meaningful participation of youth, especially students, in the implementation of the Women, Peace and Security (WPS) agenda creates completely new perspectives. To this end, UN Women supports higher education institutions in integrating WPS topics into the curricula of relevant academic programmes.
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On 16 November 2021, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Georgia convened a meeting with civil society organizations (CSOs), including representatives of women’s CSOs, focusing on the GID and the Women, Peace and Security agenda (WPSA).
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For the eighth consecutive year, UN Women in cooperation with the UN Resident Coordinator’s Office and UN system representatives, organized an Open Day on Women, Peace and Security (WPS) in Georgia.
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The active participation of IDP and conflict-affected women, civil society organizations and local governments in the drafting process of the National Action Plan for Implementation of the UN Security Council Resolutions on Women, Peace and Security (NAP) plays an important role in its effective implementation.
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The development of the fourth National Action Plan for the Implementation of UN Security Council Resolutions on Women, Peace and Security, with a duration of three years, is ongoing with the support of UN Women.
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UN Women and the Ministry of Defence of Georgia (MoD) are continuing their cooperation towards the integration of a gender perspective in the MoD.
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The participation of IDP and conflict-affected women and youth in the drafting process of the fourth National Action Plan for the Implementation of the UN Security Council Resolutions on Women, Peace and Security significantly contributes to its effective implementation.
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With the support of UN Women, a consultation meeting was held with women’s civil society organizations (CSOs) on the development of the fourth National Action Plan for the Implementation of the UN Security Council Resolutions on Women, Peace and Security (NAP).
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With the support of UN Women, the Government of Georgia launched the drafting process on Georgia’s fourth National Action Plan (NAP) on the Implementation of the UN Security Council Resolutions on Women, Peace and Security for the period from 2021 to 2024.
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UN Women continues its partnership with the Ministry of Defence of Georgia to integrate a gender perspective and support relevant knowledge-sharing.
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UN Women continues to work with security sector institutions to mainstream gender and share knowledge on gender equality principles.
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UN Women continues to hold regular meetings with the Georgian participants of the Incident Prevention and Response Mechanism (IPRM) and representatives of women’s civil society organizations, and IDPs and conflict-affected women.