Accession Number : AD1042448


Title :   Brazil and UN Security Council Resolution 1325: Progress and Challenges of the Implementation Process


Descriptive Note : Journal Article


Corporate Author : Igarap Institute Rio de Janeiro Brazil


Personal Author(s) : Giannini, Renata ; Lima,Mariana ; Pereira,Perola


Full Text : https://apps.dtic.mil/dtic/tr/fulltext/u2/1042448.pdf


Report Date : 01 Mar 2016


Pagination or Media Count : 19


Abstract : Emerging powers have recently become significant players in promoting peace and stability in unstable settings affected by conflict and violence. These countries have the experience, capabilities, and legitimacy to support counterpart governments seeking to build security and safety in their societies. What is more, the High Level Independent Panel on United Nations Peace Operations (HLP) has emphasized the need for peace operations to become more people centered. This is an important capability that emerging powers some of the top troop-contributors to UN peacekeeping missions have arguably developed in the last few years.2 Peacekeepers from many emerging countries, including Brazil, have been widely recognized for their professional conduct and empathy which many attribute to their own experiences with economic, social, and political crises.


Descriptors :   brazil , united nations , foreign policy , human rights , peacekeeping , operational effectiveness , political systems , national security , military operations , health care , military personnel , health services , governments


Subject Categories : Government and Political Science


Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE