National Action Plan United Nations Security Council Resolution 1325 (2000) on Women, Peace And Security (2024 -2028)


In 2016, Timor-Leste became the third country in the region to officially launch its first National Action Plan (NAP) 1325 (2016-2020) for the implementation of the United Nations Security Council Resolution 1325 (UNSCR 1325), despite having been implemented elements of the Resolution even before restoring its independence in 2002 and had advocated for the development of a National Action Plan since 2007.

The implementation of the first phase of the NAP 1325 ended in 2020, and with the support of UN Women, an assessment was conducted in conjunction with the 20th anniversary of the UNSCR 1325.

In January 2024, Timor-Leste's 9th Constitutional Government approved the second phase of NAP 1325 (2024-2028) highlighting the country's commitment to Women, Peace and Security agenda.


Planu Asaun Nasionál Rezolusaun Konsellu Seguransa Nasoins Unidas 1325 (2000) Feto, Pás No Seguransa (2024-2028


Iha tinan 2016, Timor-Leste sai nu’udar nasaun datoluk iha rejiaun ne’ebé mak ofisialmente lansa ona ninia Planu Asaun Nasional (PAN) 1325 (2016-2020), hodi implementa Rezolusaun Konsellu Seguransa ONU nu. 1325 (RKSNU 1325), maske Timor-leste implementa ona elementu balun husi Rezolusaun ne’e rasik molok restaurasaun Independénsia iha 2002, advokasia ona ba planu asaun nasional husi kedas 2007.

Implementasaun ba faze dahuluk PAN 1325 nian remata ona iha 2020, no ho suporta husi UN Women, hala’o ona avaliasaun iha ámbitu aniversáriu Rezolusaun ne’e ba dala 20.

Iha Janeiru 2024, Governu Konstitusional ba Da-9 nian aprova ona Faze Daruak husi PAN 1325 ba tinan 2024-2028, hatudu nasaun nia kompromisu ba iha ajenda Feto, Pás no Seguransa nian.

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