2007 | UN Security Council Resolution 1769
In Resolution 1769 (2007) the Security Council took a stance against the sexual violence in Darfur committed by UNAMID personnel. It firstly reaffirmed its previous resolution 1325 (2000) on women, peace and security. It then requested the Secretary-General to take the necessary measures to achieve actual compliance in UNAMID with the UN zero-tolerance policy on sexual exploitation and abuse. This included the development of strategies and appropriate mechanisms to prevent, identify and respond to all forms of misconduct, the enhancement of training for personnel to prevent misconduct, and urging the troop-contributing countries to take disciplinary action and other action to ensure full accountability in cases of conduct involving their personnel.