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2017 G7 Foreign Ministers' Commitments

Brittaney Warren and Alessandra Cicci, G7 Research Group
April 11, 2017
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The following document lists the commitments published in the Joint Communiqué issued by the G7 foreign ministers at their meeting in Lucca, Italy, on April 11, 2017, as identified by the G7 Research Group.

Issue area Number Percentage
Terrorism 44 31.2
Regional security 19 13.5
Peace and security 14 9.9
Non-proliferation 13 9.2
International cooperation 10 7.1
Gender 7 5.0
Health 7 5.0
Human rights 6 4.3
Development 5 3.5
Information and communication technologies 4 2.8
Trade 2 1.4
Energy 2 1.4
Financial regulation 2 1.4
Environment 1 0.7
Climate change 1 0.7
Transparency 1 0.7
Good governance 1 0.7
Social protection 1 0.7
Accountability 1 0.7
Total 141 100

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Joint Communiqué

2017-1: we are determined to coordinate our efforts in promoting the rules-based international order (peace and security)

2017-2: [we are determined to coordinate our efforts in] tackling terrorism and violent extremism (terrorism)

2017-3: : [we are determined to coordinate our efforts in] promote stability, inclusion and prosperity (peace and security)

2017-4: : [we are determined to coordinate our efforts] to support the efforts of third Countries sharing our own objectives (international cooperation)

Countering Terrorism and Violent Extremism

2017-5: in countering terrorism and violent extremism, we will continue to uphold respect for human rights…as cornerstones of our concerted action (terrorism)

2017-6: [in countering terrorism and violent extremism, we will continue to] promote fundamental freedoms…[as cornerstones of our concerted action] (terrorism)

2017-7: [in countering terrorism and violent extremism, we will continue to] foster a culture of inclusion and gender equality [as cornerstones of our concerted action] (terrorism)

2017-8: We reaffirm our commitment to promoting peaceful co-existence…as fundamental to preventing the emergence and spread of violent extremism, in all its forms. (terrorism)

2017-9: [We reaffirm our commitment to promoting] respect for diversity…[as fundamental to preventing the emergence and spread of violent extremism, in all its forms] (terrorism)

2017-10: [We reaffirm our commitment to promoting] respect for dignity of women and girls…[as fundamental to preventing the emergence and spread of violent extremism, in all its forms] (terrorism)

2017-11: [We reaffirm our commitment to promoting] tolerance and inclusive dialogue [as fundamental to preventing the emergence and spread of violent extremism, in all its forms] (terrorism)

2017-12: we will continue to support the full implementation of all relevant UN Security Council Resolutions and relevant international instruments, as well as the recent efforts aimed at addressing the links between terrorism and transnational organized crime that finance terrorism and undermine our security and economic growth. (terrorism)

2017-13: We will continue to support the Secretary- General's Plan of Action to Prevent Violent Extremism (PVE) to ensure countries are equipped with the strategies, expertise and tools they need to address this challenge. (terrorism)

2017-14: As founding members, we continue to support the Global Counterterrorism Forum (GCTF)… in their CT and CVE activities. (terrorism)

2017-15: [As founding members, we continue to support] the Global Community Engagement and Resilience Fund (GCERF)…[in their CT and CVE activities] (terrorism)

2017-16: [As founding members, we continue to support] the Hedayah Centre …[in their CT and CVE activities] (terrorism)

2017-17: [As founding members, we continue to support] the International Institute for Justice and the Rule of Law (IIJ) in their CT and CVE activities. (terrorism)

2017-18: We will enhance cooperation in monitoring cross-border movements of returning foreign terrorist fighters… also with a view to preventing the planning of terrorist attacks, and countering the violent messages terrorists spread in their propaganda. (terrorism)

2017-19: [We will enhance cooperation]…in exchanging information and evidence…[also with a view to preventing the planning of terrorist attacks, and countering the violent messages terrorists spread in their propaganda] (terrorism)

2017-20: [We will enhance cooperation]…in partnering with countries in the Middle East, Central Asia, North Africa, the Sahel, the Horn of Africa, the Arabian Peninsula, South Eastern Europe, East, South east and South Asia, [also with a view to preventing the planning of terrorist attacks, and countering the violent messages terrorists spread in their propaganda] (terrorism)

2017-21: We will seek wherever possible to prosecute individuals for offences committed (terrorism)

2017-22: we are also committed to supporting activities aimed at reducing the risks posed by foreign terrorist fighters and family members returning from conflict zones, including, when appropriate, rehabilitation and reintegration efforts, as well as activities that strengthen community resilience to violent extremism. (terrorism)

2017-23: We will therefore continue to seek the widest degree of engagement with civil society representatives…to build effective community-level responses to counter violent extremism. (terrorism)

2017-24: [We will therefore continue to seek the widest degree of engagement with] local communities [to build effective community-level responses to counter violent extremism] (terrorism)

2017-25: [We will therefore continue to seek the widest degree of engagement with] youth [to build effective community-level responses to counter violent extremism] (terrorism)

2017-26: [We will therefore continue to seek the widest degree of engagement with] religious leaders [to build effective community-level responses to counter violent extremism] (terrorism)

2017-26: [We will therefore continue to seek the widest degree of engagement with] women [to build effective community-level responses to counter violent extremism] (terrorism)

2017-27: [We will therefore continue to seek the widest degree of engagement with] detention facilities [to build effective community-level responses to counter violent extremism] (terrorism)

2017-30: [We will therefore continue to seek the widest degree of engagement with] educational institutions [to build effective community-level responses to counter violent extremism] (terrorism)

2017-31: [We will therefore continue to seek the widest degree of engagement with] private sector [to build effective community-level responses to counter violent extremism] (terrorism)

2017-32: We aim not only to counter the narratives supporting terrorism and violent extremism and to expose the fallacy of ISIL/Da'esh's and other groups' propaganda, but also to build an alternative and positive narrative, promoting a world-view based on our common values and on the active, constructive and integrated participation in open and inclusive societies that respect diversity and equal citizenship. (terrorism)

2017-33: We remain committed to playing a key role in countering terrorist financing, including funds stemming from kidnap for ransom and organised crime, supporting full implementation of the relevant UN Security Council Resolutions and relevant international instruments, including the UN Convention against Transnational Organized Crime (UNTOC), and actively participating in the main fora and international initiatives on these issues. (terrorism)

2017-34: We will continue to integrate international multilateral efforts into national actions in order to foster coordination and effectiveness in disrupting the sources of financial flows generated by individuals, groups, undertakings and entities associated with terrorism or providing terrorism with any form of support. (terrorism)

2017-35: We will engage industry and wider partners to find a solution that permits governments to obtain lawfully and on a systematic basis, at the request of competent authorities, critical data and contents. This will be done in a way that protects the right to privacy and the human rights of vulnerable users while also facilitating criminal investigations and ensuring that there are no safe spaces where terrorists can communicate online. (terrorism)

2017-36: As we commit to fighting the use of the Internet for terrorist purposes, we will spare no efforts in defending freedom of speech and the free and equitable access to the Internet. (terrorism)

2017-37: We will also continue to seek to enhance cooperation between law enforcement and criminal justice authorities… in fighting transnational organized crime, particularly that which directly or indirectly supports or facilitates terrorism, including illicit smuggling of migrants and trafficking in persons, drugs, wildlife, firearms, and other weapons. (terrorism)

2017-38: [We will also continue to seek to enhance] partnership with the private sector and civil society [in fighting transnational organized crime, particularly that which directly or indirectly supports or facilitates terrorism, including illicit smuggling of migrants and trafficking in persons, drugs, wildlife, firearms, and other weapons] (terrorism)

2017-39: we reiterate our determination to implement fully the G7 Action Plan on Countering Terrorism and Violent Extremism adopted at the G7 Ise-Shima Summit. (terrorism)

2017-40: We will enhance our efforts, individually and collectively, to promote better implementation of effective aviation security measures, both through ICAO and through direct action with other states where necessary in order to protect the safety of our citizens. (terrorism)

2017-41: we encourage the G7 Roma–Lyon Group to continue work on issues related to border and aviation security, enhancing priority countries' connectivity to INTERPOL Databases and all other areas of cooperation relevant to countering terrorism. (terrorism)

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ISIL – DA'ESH / Syria / Iraq

2017-42: We commit to continuing these efforts in order to complete the liberation of ISIL/Da'esh-held territories, in particular Raqqa and Mosul, and put an end to violence, widespread and gross violations and abuses of human rights and violations of humanitarian law, perpetrated by ISIL/Da'esh, all in the pursuit of finally destroying it. (terrorism)

2017-43: There must be accountability for all crimes committed by ISIL/Da'esh in Iraq, Syria and beyond, including the most serious crimes of international concern, and as such, we stand ready to support efforts to hold perpetrators to account. (terrorism)

2017-44: We are determined to defeat ISIL/Da'esh in Iraq and Syria. (terrorism)

2017-45: We will work with local partners to ensure ISIL/Da'esh and other terrorist entities do not re- emerge in the area. (terrorism)

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Syria

2017-45: We reiterate our commitment to the unity, sovereignty, territorial integrity and independence of the Syrian State. (regional security)

2017-46: We express grave concern at the continuing and alarming reports of the intense use of chemical weapons, including toxic chemicals as weapons, in Syria, and reiterate our strong support for the absolutely necessary work of the OPCWUN mandated Joint Investigative Mechanism, which concluded that the Syrian Arab Armed Forces were responsible for the use of toxic chemicals as weapons in three instances and ISIL/Da'esh in the use of chemical weapons in one. (nonproliferation)

2017-47: We express our resolve to ensure that the use of chemical weapons remains a taboo. (nonproliferation)

2017-48: We express full support to the OPCW Fact Finding Mission investigation (nonproliferation)

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Iraq

2017-49: We reassert our continued support for the independence, sovereignty, unity and territorial integrity of Iraq, whose stabilization and good governance remain central for the overall future of the region. (regional security)

2017-50: We continue to support strongly the efforts of the Iraqi authorities, the UN and the Global Coalition to address the immediate needs arising from the Mosul campaign and throughout Iraq. (terrorism)

2017-51: We reiterate our full support to Prime Minister al-Abadi and strongly encourage the Government of Iraq to continue in its efforts to advance reconciliation at national and local level and the implementation of political and economic reforms. (regional security)

2017-52: we reaffirm our commitment to working with and through the OPCW and other relevant organizations to mitigate the serious threat to international security posed by the use of chemical weapons by terrorist organizations. (nonproliferation)

2017-53: We support the development of a Plan of Action for Iraq to be drafted by UNESCO as agreed at the Paris Conference. (regional security)

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Libya

2017-54: We reaffirm our commitment to preserving the sovereignty, integrity and unity of Libya and to support the Libyan Political Agreement (LPA) as the sole framework within which political solutions can be found. (regional security)

2017-55: We reiterate our strong support to the Presidency Council (PC) and the Government of National Accord (GNA), headed by Prime Minister Fayez Al Sarraj, as the legitimate executive authorities under the LPA, in line with UN Security Council Resolution 2259, and we underline our firm opposition to any attempt to disrupt the stabilization process. (regional security)

2017-56: We reaffirm our full support to the United Nations Support Mission in Libya (UNSMIL) and its mediation effort. (regional security)

2017-57: We reaffirm our commitment to supporting the PC/GNA and the people of Libya in order to broaden support for the LPA and reconciliation, consolidate effective state institutions, including security forces, restore public services, alleviate human suffering, protect and expand infrastructure, diversify the economy, manage migration flows, and eradicate the terrorist threat, while continuing to fight all forms of criminal activity. (regional security)

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The Sahel and Lake Chad Region

2017-58: We applaud and will continue to support the efforts of the Sahel and Lake Chad Basin countries to fight terrorism and organized crime via more regional cooperation, such as the Sahel G 5 process and the Multinational Joint Task Force against Boko Haram. (terrorism)

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Africa

2017-59: We support joint efforts and partnership with African nations to advance democratic governance…on the continent (good governance)

2017-60: [We support joint efforts and partnership with African nations to advance] security [on the continent] (regional security)

2017-61: [We support joint efforts and partnership with African nations to advance] stability [on the continent] (regional security)

2017-62: [We support joint efforts and partnership with African nations to advance] trade [on the continent] (trade)

2017-63: [We support joint efforts and partnership with African nations to advance] development [on the continent] (development)

2017-64: We support Africa's stability and development, we recognize its ownership and, consequently, we support its empowerment based on equal partnership. (regional security)

2017-65: In this regard, we welcome and support the WHO new Health Emergencies Programme and the implementation of the new WHO IHR Monitoring and Evaluation Framework, (health)

2017-66: we remain committed to supporting global efforts to prepare for… health emergencies and biological threats, whether naturally occurring, deliberate or accidental. (health)

2017-67: [we remain committed to supporting global efforts to] prevent…[health emergencies and biological threats, whether naturally occurring, deliberate or accidental] (health)

2017-68: [we remain committed to supporting global efforts to] detect…[health emergencies and biological threats, whether naturally occurring, deliberate or accidental] (health)

2017-69: [we remain committed to supporting global efforts to] notify…[health emergencies and biological threats, whether naturally occurring, deliberate or accidental] (health)

2017-70: [we remain committed to supporting global efforts to] respond to [health emergencies and biological threats, whether naturally occurring, deliberate or accidental] (health)

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Yemen

2017-71: we fully support the mediation efforts of the UN Special Envoy for Yemen (regional security)

2017-72: We reiterate our commitment to counter all forms of terrorism in Yemen. (terrorism)

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Israeli-Palestinian Conflict

2017-73: We support the resumption without delay of substantive peace talks between the Israelis and the Palestinians aimed at achieving a negotiated solution that ensures the peace and security of both and takes into account UN Security Council Resolutions 242, 338 and 1515. (peace and security)

2017-74: we strongly support dialogue and practical collaboration particularly in the field of security (international cooperation)

2017-75: [we strongly support dialogue and practical collaboration particularly in the field of] access to water (international cooperation)

2017-76: [we strongly support dialogue and practical collaboration particularly in the field of] sanitation (international cooperation)

2017-77: [we strongly support dialogue and practical collaboration particularly in the field of] energy resources (international cooperation)

2017-78: [we strongly support dialogue and practical collaboration particularly in] growing the Palestinian economy. (international cooperation)

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Ukraine

2017-79: We reaffirm our strongest support to the negotiating efforts of the Normandy Group and to the multifaceted commitment of the OSCE for a solution to the crisis in Ukraine. (regional security)

2017-80: We maintain our commitment to assisting Ukraine in implementing its ambitious and yet necessary reform agenda. (regional security)

2017-81: We remain committed to providing support and assistance to accomplish the required reforms in the fiscal sector (financial regulation)

2017-82: [We remain committed to providing support and assistance to accomplish the required reforms in the] judicial financial [sector] (financial regulation)

2017-83: [We remain committed to providing support and assistance to accomplish the required reforms in the] energy [sector] (energy)

2017-84: [We remain committed to providing support and assistance to accomplish the required reforms in the] health [sector] (health)

2017-85: [We remain committed to providing support and assistance to accomplish the required reforms in the] welfare [sector] (social protection)

2017-86: [We remain committed to providing support and assistance to accomplish the required reforms in the] custom [sector] (trade)

2017-87: [We remain committed to providing support and assistance to accomplish the required reforms in the] corporate governance of State-owned enterprises. (accountability)

2017-88: We remain committed to the Rome G7 Initiative for Energy Security to build a more diversified and resilient international energy system. (energy)

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Russia

2017-89: In addition, enhanced people-to-people contacts can form the basis for growing confidence in our bilateral and multilateral relations. We stand ready to intensify these contacts (international cooperation)

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Iran

2017-90: We support the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPoA) as an important contribution to the non-proliferation regime. (nonproliferation)

2017-91: We commend and continue supporting the IAEA in its crucial work in Iran, including monitoring and verification to help ensure compliance with Iran's JCPoA commitments and safeguard obligations, thus playing a key role in fostering mutual trust. (nonproliferation)

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Afghanistan

2017-92: We reaffirm our long term commitment to a peaceful, stable and prosperous Afghanistan. (regional security)

2017-93: We strongly support the efforts of the Government of Afghanistan and the international community to facilitate an Afghan-led and Afghan-owned peace process. (regional security)

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North Korea

2017-93: We are determined to strengthen measures aimed at achieving these objectives. (regional security)

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Non-Proliferation and Disarmament

2017-94: We remain committed to the universalization and implementation of the in force Treaties and Conventions relevant to preventing and combating the proliferation of weapons of mass destruction, namely the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons (NPT), the Chemical Weapons Convention (CWC) and the Biological and Toxin Weapons Convention (BWC). (nonproliferation)

2017-95: And to this end, we continue to lend our full support to the efforts of the G7-led Global Partnership Against the Spread of Weapons and Materials of Mass Destruction to reduce the threat of terrorist acquisition of such weapons and materials worldwide. (nonproliferation)

2017-96: In this respect, we reiterate our support for a halt to the production of fissile material for nuclear weapons or other nuclear explosive devices, which is the objective of a fissile material cut-off treaty (nonproliferation)

2017-97: We also stress our commitment to take advantage of the upcoming NPT review cycle and, by focusing on fundamental common interests, to achieve progress, in strengthening the NPT as the cornerstone of the nuclear non-proliferation regime, and a foundation for nuclear disarmament and peaceful uses of nuclear energy in conformity with non-proliferation obligations. (nonproliferation)

2017-98: In this regard, we fully support the UN Program of Action to Prevent, Combat and Eradicate the Illicit Trade in Small Arms and Light Weapons in all its Aspects and we endorse Target 16.4 of the Sustainable Development Goals to significantly reduce illicit arms flows by 2030. (nonproliferation)

2017-99: We stand ready to keep supporting efforts deployed by affected states, in particular on the African continent, to this aim. (nonproliferation)

2017-100: We continue to promote effective systems of national controls for exports and imports of conventional arms, such as those called for in the Arms Trade Treaty, to contribute to international and regional peace, security, and stability. (nonproliferation)

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Outer Space

2017-101: We are committed to enhancing the long-term safety, security, sustainability, and stability of the space environment, (peace and security)

2017-102: [We are committed to] increasing transparency in space activities (transparency)

2017-103: [We are committed to] strengthening norms of responsible behaviour for all outer space activities (peace and security)

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Maritime Security

2017-104: We reaffirm our commitment to further international cooperation on maritime security and safety (international cooperation)

2017-105: [We reaffirm our commitment to further international cooperation on] the protection of the marine environment. (international cooperation)

2017-106: We are committed to coordinating our actions internationally, regionally and nationally in order to achieve global benefits. (international cooperation)

2017-107: We reiterate our commitment to maintaining a rules-based maritime order based firmly on international law, including as reflected in the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea (UNCLOS) (peace and security)

2017-108: [We reiterate our commitment to] peaceful dispute settlement, including through legal means and supported by confidence building measures. (peace and security)

2017-109: We reiterate our commitment to the freedoms of navigation and over-flight and other rights, freedoms, and internationally lawful uses of the seas. (peace and security)

2017-110: We commit to pursuing a more holistic approach to support national and regional efforts and their ownership, which remain key in improving maritime security in the existing critical areas. (peace and security)

2017-111: We will continue our cooperation at national and international level ashore and at sea in order to fight human trafficking and the smuggling of migrants in the maritime domain – and in particular in those areas requiring the highest degree of attention – also safeguarding against any further loss of life at sea. (human rights)

2017-112: We are committed to supporting regional maritime security in regions affected by maritime crimes through comprehensive capacity building assistance under existing instruments in areas such as maritime governance, coast guard authorities and functions, disaster relief, maritime search and rescue, and maritime information sharing and integration including Maritime Domain Awareness (MDA), as well as efforts to improve legislative, judicial, and prosecutorial capacities. (regional security)

2017-113: We support the work of the Preparatory Committee on the development of a future internationally legally binding instrument under UNCLOS on the conservation and sustainable use of marine biological diversity in areas beyond national jurisdiction. (environment)

2017-114: We are committed to supporting cooperation, capacity-building and appropriate access to financial and technical support to help countries realize their priorities while safeguarding the ocean's health and improving climate resilience in order to ensure conservation and sustainable use of living marine resources including marine biodiversity. (climate change)

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Cyber

2017-115: We reaffirm our support for an accessible, open, interoperable, reliable and secure cyberspace. (ICT)

2017-116: Recognizing the threat of the use of Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) against critical infrastructure, noting increased concern over cyber-enabled interference in democratic processes, and bearing in mind the risk of misperceptions and uncontrolled escalation, we reaffirm our commitment to work within the G7 and other relevant international and multi-stakeholder fora to promote strategic frameworks for conflict prevention, cooperation and stability in cyberspace. (ICT)

2017-117: We reiterate our support for the United Nations Group of Governmental Experts on Developments in the Field of Information and Telecommunications in the Context of International Security (UN-GGE) process (ICT)

2017-118: Against this background, we have adopted the G7 Declaration on Responsible States Behaviour in Cyberspace and reinforce our commitment to its strategic framework for conflict prevention, cooperation and stability in cyberspace, as a concrete contribution to peace and security, and we encourage similar commitments from other States. (ICT)

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Deauville Partnership

2017-119: We reaffirm our support to the efforts of the Middle East and North Africa countries (MENA) to cope with the severe challenges that the region has been facing, including the presence of open conflicts as well as the rise and spread of violent extremism, which are contributing to complex humanitarian crises and unprecedented displacement and cross-border movements of people. (regional security)

2017-120: We remain committed to supporting these countries through the Deauville Partnership, an important platform for policy dialogue and cooperation between the G7, ACTs, regional partners and relevant international institutions. (development)

2017-21: We stand ready to consider a further evolution of the Partnership and the G7's relationship with the ACTs, in light of the developments in the MENA Region. (development)

2017-22: We commit to exploring with the ACT countries the best means for supporting them and we remain open to possible cooperation with other initiatives focusing on the Mediterranean. (development)

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UN, Peace and Security

2017-123: We are committed to strengthening the impact and effectiveness of UN peacekeeping operations and peace-building activities by improving leadership, increasing accountability, expanding the pool of capable forces through appropriate training of personnel, and enhancing integrated planning, with a focus on ensuring that UN peacekeeping missions are better able to provide the appropriate international response for the circumstances, and that they are properly designed for the tasks they are mandated to perform. (peace and security)

2017-124: We also reaffirm our commitment to address the gaps in peacekeepers' equipment. (peace and security)

2017-125: We will also work to enhance and diversify the UN's conflict prevention and mediation capabilities. (peace and security)

2017-126: We therefore support the ongoing reforms of the UN's peace and security architecture. (peace and security)

2017-127: We reaffirm our commitment to achieving the highest standards of conduct and discipline of UN peacekeepers, including through training (peace and security)

2017-128: As governments and donors, we will continue to promote the equal and full involvement of women as actors of peace, recognizing their key role in conflict prevention, mediation peacebuilding and stabilization. (gender)

2017-129: We will continue to promote a security response to prevent and protect women, children and youth from sexual and gender-based violence during armed conflict. (gender)

2017-130: We reaffirm our commitment to develop and to encourage the adoption of National Action Plans to implement the Women, Peace and Security agenda. (gender)

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Human Rights

2017-131: We reaffirm our commitment to the protection and promotion of all human rights and fundamental freedoms. (human rights)

2017-132: We will continue to oppose and work to eliminate all forms of discrimination across the world. (human rights)

2017-133: We will continue to promote actively gender equality and women's rights. (gender)

2017-134: We are fully committed to an effective implementation of the Beijing Platform for Action, the outcomes of their review conferences, (gender)

2017-135: [We are fully committed to an effective implementation of] the Cairo Program of Action…[the outcomes of their review conferences] (development)

2017-136: [We are fully committed to] the fulfilment of States' obligations under the Convention on Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination against Women to empower women and girls and to advance their human rights as a matter of priority, also in line with the 2030 Agenda. (gender)

2017-137: We remain committed to combat all forms of violence against women and girls, men and boys, including gender-based violence and sexual violence in conflict (gender)

2017-138: [We remain committed] to end harmful practices such as child early and forced marriages and female genital mutilations. (gender)

2017-39: we commit to enhance efforts to reach those most vulnerable. (human rights)

2017-140: We commit to redoubling our efforts to achieving the eradication of forced and child labour, modern slavery and human trafficking. (human rights)

2017-141: We will continue working to shape conditions conducive for civil society activities and to safeguard the safety and rights of human rights defenders and journalists. (human rights)

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