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UK Mission to the United Nations

New York

London 19:30, 02 Jan 2013
New York 14:30, 02 Jan 2013

Resolving Conflict

Children and Armed Conflict

Children at the Goma Rehabilitation Centre

UK approach to caring for children affected by armed conflict

Conflict prevention

United Nations Security Council Chamber

The UK supports the UN’s role in conflict prevention in a number of ways.


UN Photo/Evan Schneider

The UK remains committed to the fight against international terrorism.


UN Photo/Evan Schneider

The UK attaches great importance to the development of more effective and targeted sanctions measures

Women, Peace and Security

UN Photo/Martine Perret

Resolution 1325 was when the Council recognised for the first time that violence perpetrated against women in conflict was a threat to international peace and security

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