Current and Past Recommendations to the UN Security Council (Monthly Action Points)
Central African Republic (February 2013)
Given the ongoing instability in the Central African Republic, and the lack of implementation of the Libreville Accords, the Security Council should ensure that it supports the rights and concerns of women in all discussions on the situation, particularly in efforts to strengthen mediation, early warning and conflict prevention, and in justice and security sector reform efforts regionally, and that women participate fully and equally in all of these efforts. In addition, the Council should work with regional and national actors to strengthen human rights institutions and judicial systems to ensure accountability for human rights violations. Finally, all relevant actors should implement necessary protection measures, particularly for women and girls.