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Thematic Presentation. No proper data and definitions on “victim” Justice mechanism—lack of access to legal support/knowledge and resources How to break.

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1 Thematic Presentation

2 No proper data and definitions on “victim” Justice mechanism—lack of access to legal support/knowledge and resources How to break culture of silence among female survivors? (no protection mechanism/avoid stigmatization/ language barriers/low education for women) Political party interference (easily to be manipulated/ women controlled by armed groups) women themselves politically divided Rehabilitation (no holistic approach, No proper counseling support after conflict, less compensation) Women never concerned as a part of peace builder What mechanism monitoring in each place? (NAP, CEDAW) No proper monitoring mechanism to member state by UN

3 UN should build up strong mechanism of monitoring e.g. Not to select the countries do not implement 1325 as (semi-)permanent member states of UN Security Council Need standard protocol format of documentation at local contexts e.g. using Prevention Sexual Violence Initiative (PVSI) protocol Women need holistic support with proper mechanism Organize informal public hearing, people’s tribunal to women as a part of transitional justice at local level Political interference will be minimized, if CSOs / women facilitate and capacitate enough for defense. Mainstream 1325 into Security council

4 1. Nepal: CSOs involvement through out the NAP development process Difference consultation with survivors and different groups and civil society organizations while drafting NAP Confidentiality Act endorsed to mandatory to Judiciary and security forces Gender Sensitive Security Forces 2. Thailand: unit of ministry of justice located in every provinces. There are volunteer s working on this matter. 3. Indonesia: Train survivors to become documentators Recovery system provided by community (counselor, paralegal service provider, training for community leaders) 4. Japan: Organizinig Women’s Tribunal on SV with women’s groups from other stake holder countries and replicated in other regions.

5 What is the quarantines of impunity recommendation come up through global study? Is there any assurance system to process all of our recommendations?


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