Plan launched 2015-2018
Pillar 1: Participation of women in managing conflict and post-conflict situations
Pillar 2: Protecting women against violence and protecting women’s rights during conflict and post conflict periods
Pillar 3: Fighting impunity
Pillar 4: Prevention by raising awareness of the issues linked to the fight against gender violence, women’s rights and gender rights
Pillar 5: Promoting the “Women, Peace and Security” agenda regionally and internationally
This is France's revised edition of their NAP in implementing Resolution 1325. It has a clear commitment to the WPS agenda by supporting the WPS resolutions and providing support in international operations. France is also a member of the Security Council and aims to be focusing on combating impunity as well as fighting for sexual and reproductive rights and violence against women.
Civil Society organisations have been mentioned briefly in the matrix to have increased support in working with women with access to justice and towards the fight against impunity.
Women in Peacekeeping
The objectives of France's second NAP include the increased "participation of women in command posts or positions of responsibility in France" as well as in all decision-making processes in the countries affected by conflict.
UN Peacekeeping Statistics
Police Officers: 1 out of 25 Experts on Mission: 1 out of 2 Troops: 57 out of 657 Staff Officers: 1 of 50
1. France NAP 2. UN - Peacekeeping Contributions