Resolution 1325 on Women, Peace and Security

Almost twenty years ago, on October 31, 2000, the United Nations Security Council passed Resolution 1325.
“The resolution specifically addresses how women and girls are differentially impacted by conflict and war and recognizes the critical role that women can and already do play in peacebuilding efforts.”
After two decades of application, the question arises of how the resolution has been implemented so far.
How are women involved in peace talks in conflict areas, for instance?
And what measures have the EU member states taken to involve women in conflict prevention and conflict resolution?
The goal was to make peace more sustainable by having women participate as equal negotiating partners. Has this goal really been achieved?

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