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In order to empower and bring forth the human rights of women it is important to have tools that match the purpose. In this section Make Every Woman count has gathered handouts and guides produced by various organisations and government entities.

These guides and handouts cover various aspects of human rights of women and can be used in a range of settings.

Source: Make Every Woman Count (MEWC)
United Nations Security Council Resolution 1960 (UNSCR 1960) 
on Sexual violence in situations of armed conflict, in particular against women and children, was passed on December 16 2010. The resolution was formulated as a response to the slow development and progress in regards to women’s rights and the continued use of violence against women and children.

Source: Make Every Woman Count (MEWC)
War time  sexual violence has been called  a hidden epidermic, in part because of the lack of clarity about its actual magnitude and impact. This lack of clarity about sexual violence in wartime is hardly surprising; it is violent and brutal. Because of stigma, shame and perceived immunity of the perpetrators, very few victims report their assaults.

Source: Make Every Woman Count (MEWC)
The United Nations Security Council Resolution 1888 (UNSCR 1888)
was adopted by the Security Council on the 30th September 2009. This resolution was passed concurrently with UNSCR 1889.

Source: Make Every Woman Count (MEWC)
The United Nations Security Council Resolution 1325 on Women, Peace and Security was unanimously adopted on the 31st of October 2000 during the Namibian presidency of the UN Security Council.

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