Ukraine's most recent NAP launched in 2016 and ran until 2020.
1. Assessing the impact conflict has had on the Ukrainian national system of “ensuring human rights, including, protection, providing assistance and rehabilitation to victims of GBV, participation of women in peacebuilding and prevention of conflicts”
2. Assessing the impact conflict has had on the functioning of the national services provision system
3. Implementation of UN Security Council Resolution 1325. Coordination of the agents involved.
5. Increase women’s participation in peacebuilding and peacekeeping processes, promoting a “culture of peace”
6. Further prevent conflicts and violence on territories that are or have recently
7. Preventing and combating violence against women
8. Improvement of the system of protection of women and girls affected by conflicts
9. Establishment of the system of comprehensive assistance to people affected by conflicts (taking into account needs of women and girls especially)
10. Assessment of impact and effectiveness of NAP for implementation of UNSCR 1325 on Women, Peace and Security until 2020
Promoting women initiative groups is covered, but other than this, little is mentioned. However, NGOs are supporting the implementation of the plan.
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Increasing the number of women who participate in international peacekeeping operations is part of the NAP; in monitoring missions and managerial positions as well as higher representation
in security sector. The NAO does not mention active recruitment of women; however, recent accounts demonstrate women being allowed in combat as well as the Ukrainian army.
As of 2021, Ukraine contributes 207 peacekeepers, 298 men and 9 women