Measures to combat human trafficking
Nato member countries are also signatories to the UN Protocol on Trafficking in Persons. While NATO’s role is not to combat trafficking of persons, it signed a zero-tolerance policy for military and civilian personnel and contractors taking part in NATO-led operations. NATO trains its personnel on appropriate standards of behavior during the operations. However, the enforcement of these policies and legislation needs to be looked into more dutifully, to prevent the exploitation of human life.
Measures to enhance NATO's practical cooperation with the United Nations to support UN peacekeeping
As UN peacekeeping missions operate in increasingly dangerous environments, NATO agreed to strengthen its practical cooperation with the UN peacekeeping in April 2020. NATO will provide support in the development of military performance evaluation processes, medical care, countering improvised explosive devices, and signals and communications.