Independent Report on the Implementation of NAP for UNSC Resolution 1325 in Serbia

Authored by: Maja Bjelos and Tamara Skrozza

Categories: The Field of Women, Peace and Security
Sub-Categories: International Agreements, International Law, National Action Plans, UN Resolutions
Country: Serbia
Region: Europe and Eurasia
Year: 2014
Citation: Bjelos, Maja and Tamara Skrozza. Independent Report on the Implementation of NAP for UNSC Resolution 1325 in Serbia. Belgrade: Belgrade Centre for Security Policy, 2014.

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Executive Summary

The aim of the report is to present the greatest achievements in the process of NAP implementation for the period July 2012 – 2013, to point out the challenges faced within this process, and to suggest the measures to overcome these challenges and advance the implementation of the NAP. Looking at the progress made in the implementation of the NAP during the relevant period, the authors in the report focus on the main accomplishments and the challenges, with the intention to see whether they were addressed by public authorities in the past year. Taking into consideration that three years have passed since the adoption of the NAP, key findings and messages of this Report will hopefully generate discussion and prompt a review of the NAP to ensure a better understanding of what has been completed done thus far, while equally identifying future priorities for the NAP implementation. This is the second independent report on the implementation of the National Action Plan (NAP) for Implementing UNSC Resolution 1325 in the Republic of Serbia. The first report was published in 2012 and it covered the period from the NAP adoption in December 2010 to July 2012.