Sponsors: and UN peacekeepers stationed in and around

Sponsors: Russia, China, Uruguay, Egypt, Ukraine, Bolivia, Italy, Kazakhstan, Senegal, Ethiopia, Sweden Works with the UNHCR and NGOs like the International Rescue Committee (IRC) and the Organization for Refuge, Asylum, and Migration to: accurately determine the identities and amount of refugees and Internationally Displaced Persons (IDPs) through training and of IDP profiling coordinators in refugee camps around South Sudan in collaboration with the Joint IDP Profiling Service (JIPS), specifically utilizing the Profiling Coordination Training (PCT) of JIPS Increasing the number of UNHCR’s refugee ID cards issued within refugee campsrehabilitation of traditional courts throughout local South Sudanese communities to come to a peaceful solution through justiceCreates a corps of civilian medical volunteers through the WHO and with the aid of the International Medical Corps (IMC) in order to address the medical crisis by creating the Youth Medical Corps of Sudan (YMCS) with the goal of:Starting volunteer campaigns within major cities, towns, and refugee camps to enlist young civilians willing to participate in the corps, who will beEducated by WHO and IMC professionals about the vital medical techniques including:Hygienic practicesThe use of Calls on the assistance of the UNIDO and the IMF to create the War to Work Program with a goal of:Establishing business and local industry development programs in order toPromote existing small businesses within the private sector in South Sudan and expand their capacity to employ displaced personsFocus on revitalizing the agricultural sector in order to both encourage commerce and solve critical food shortagesProviding businesses with a path to success through training programs which willIncrease the Encouraging refugees and IDPs to become employed or create their own work byproviding economic incentives through a cash for work systemImplements a program pairing refugees and UN peacekeepers stationed in and around South Sudan in order to:Create a dialogue and understanding between both parties so thatThe UNMISS peacekeepers can gain hands-on education about the situation of ethnic violence within South Sudan The refugee community understands the mission of the peacekeepers to protect and support themReword:Promote discussions to resolve the issue of future responsibility for refugee administration and housingMobilize communitiesPast fighters should join (both sides, make this one of the things the DDR can work towards adding)^as a way of making the UN missing more localestablishing a fair justice systemIncorporate rule of law into peacekeeping operationsSets tone very quicklyAids nations in establishing an autonomous system, doesn’t create itAid with security sector reform (sofie’s got this)Makes laws enforceable etc.allows the nation to have power to limit the power of factions in a safe and monitored manorImplement DPKO (Department of Peacekeeping Operations) judicial peacekeeping troopsAs part of peacekeeping operations, use DPKO resources to increase judicial independence, build infrastructure and enforce laws outlined by the government to legitimize their power and dedication to civiliansUse peacekeepers trained in transitional justice:Demilitarize police after a conflictTrain civilians for police work based off of good principles (can outline)Throughout monitoring processes and peacekeeping/legal process, the peacekeeping forces need to communicate with the government and provide feedbackCommunity consultation ? tie in with traditions, get the people to support. Tie this info with gathered stuff from monitoring to give to the gov (makes it harder to refuse)Establish cooperative ties to government ? part of larger intervention and complianceMeetings?Promote respectTie in with their ideasAdvise not mandate

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