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Brazil NAP 2017
M&E plan was revised. Based on these revisions, new formats for annual planning and reporting were developed.
Will include measures in areas such as fostering the participation of women in peace missions, further enhancing the relationship between troops and civilians, particularly women and girls in peace operations, and providing humanitarian assistance and technical cooperation to post-conflict countries concerning gender issues.
Improving the role of women in conflict requires a combination of efforts both on the ground and in policy development implementation. Brazil is resolved to do its part.
The Government of Brazil launched its first National Action Plan (NAP) in March 2017 for a period of two years (2017-2019).
The Brazilian Constitution guarantees women the same rights as men, yet women lag behind men in both political and economic status throughout the country. Brazil has not been involved in any armed conflicts recently, though there were protests in response to the mistreatment of poor residents and labourers leading up to the World Cup.