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Extra info for Security Council Resolutions Under Chapter VII: Design, Implementation and Accountabilities
While the latter two were quite different, they both acted forcefully at particular junctures to freeze the military situation or thwart factions that were threatening the peace process. French Operation Licorne was established before UN deployment, and was built on a four-decade long and permanent military presence in the country. Licorne then facilitated the deployment of an Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) mission in Côte d’Ivoire, ECOMICI. Both operations were given a Security Council mandate.
UNAMSIL, established one year before the approval of resolution 1325 (2000), as of 2001 incorporates gender-related language into its mandate. It refers to the widespread violation of human rights of women and children, and specifically mentions the recurrent problem of abuse of women and girls by peacekeepers, expressing serious concern at allegations of sexual abuse in refugee camps by some UN personnel and supporting the ‘zero tolerance’ policy for such abuse. But it took a long time for UNAMSIL to act on the resolution: the demilitarisation, demobilisation and reintegration (DDR) programme was gender-blind and only in its drawdown phase did the mission assume responsibility for implementing its prescriptions.
The UN mission continues to document cases of sexual violence, but national authorities take no follow-up action. The Security Council also shares a degree of responsibility for its failure to activate targeted sanctions against individuals responsible for grave violations of human rights and international humanitarian law, including sexual violence. More generally, a tough stance against perpetrators of human rights violations on all sides could have been a powerful tool for the Council to influence the behaviour of the spoilers of the peace process.
Security Council Resolutions Under Chapter VII: Design, Implementation and Accountabilities by Blanca Antonini (ed.)