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UNITED
NATIONS
S

        Security Council
S/PV.5294
27 October 2005

Provisional


Security Council
Sixtieth year
5294th meeting
Thursday, 27 October 2005, 10 a.m.
New York


President:Mr. Motoc (Romania)
Members:Algeria Mr. Baali
Argentina Mr. Mayoral
Benin Mr. Idohou
Brazil Mr. Valle
China Mr. Wang Guangya
Denmark Ms. Løj
France Mr. Duclos
Greece Mr. Vassilakis
Japan Mr. Kitaoka
Philippines Ms. Cruz
Russian Federation Mr. Rogachev
United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland Sir Emyr Jones Parry
United Republic of Tanzania Mr. Mahiga
United States of America Mrs. Patterson



Agenda


Women and peace and security

Report of the Secretary-General on women and peace and security (S/2005/636)



The meeting was called to order at 10.20 a.m.


Adoption of the agenda

The agenda was adopted.

Women and peace and security

...

The President: I thank Ms. Mayanja for her statement.

I now give the floor to Ms. Noeleen Heyzer, Executive Director of the United Nations Development Fund for Women.

Ms. Heyzer : ...

...

The process of uniting around common priorities for peace is a vital first step, but we have learned that such international support must be provided in a way that allows women to take full ownership of the priorities established. Our role is to be a trusted partner and honest broker.

An example of that role was seen in July this year, when UNIFEM was asked by Israeli and Palestinian leaders to organize a dialogue among women so as to identify their common priorities for peace. That resulted in the formation of an International Women’s Commission to support a just and sustainable peace, which was recently endorsed by a presidential decree by the Palestinian National Authority. The Parliament of Israel has also endorsed resolution 1325 (2000) and the participation of women in the peace process.

...

The meeting was suspended at 1.30 p.m.

This record contains the text of speeches delivered in English and of the interpretation of speeches delivered in the other languages. The final text will be printed in the Official Records of the Security Council . Corrections should be submitted to the original languages only. They should be incorporated in a copy of the record and sent under the signature of a member of the delegation concerned to the Chief of the Verbatim Reporting Service, room C-154A.



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