National Action Plan

Argentina


Launched: 2015
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Highlights

  • Developed through inclusive dialogue with civil society.
  • Comprised of four main objectives, one of which focuses specifically on including gender perspectives in disarmament, demobilization, and reintegration.
  • Lists and assigns responsible entities for activities Argentina should undertake at the national, regional, and international levels for each NAP objective.
  • Includes a matrix of key indicators for each NAP objective.
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Information & Analysis


RESDAL

Plan de Acción en el Ámbito de la Defensa Para la Efectiva Implementación de la Perspectiva de Género en el Marco de las Operaciones Internacionales de Mantenimento de la Paz (Plan of Action in the Field of Defense for the Effective Implementation of the Gender Perspective in the Context of International Peacekeeping Operations)

One year following Argentina's "First Regional Workshop for the Development of a Gender Policy within the Framework of Peace Operations and Humanitarian Aid," former Minister of Defense Nilda Garré issued Ministerial Resolution 1226 in 2008, launching the Ministry's action plan for integrating gender into peacekeeping operations and across the Armed Forces. The plan offers ten recommendations, including revising the criteria for how peacekeeping missions are formed and establishing a training program with the support of the UN Institute for Training and Research.

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United Nations

National Implementation of Security Council Resolution 1325 (2000) in Latin America: Key Areas of Concern and Model Plan for Action

Jointly supported by the UN’s Office of the Special Adviser on Gender Issues and Advancement of Women (OSAGI), Department of Economic and Social Affairs (DESA), and Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean (ECLAC), this 2007 report highlights the need to implement UN Security Council Resolution 1325 in Latin America using Colombia, Guatemala, El Salvador, Haiti, and Nicaragua as case studies. The report also includes a “model action plan” with recommendations for implementation.

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