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01 Jan 2020
The evolving nature of warfare and the increase in conflict intensity, duration, and complexity present new challenges for the protection of children in armed conflict. In particular, the rise of non-State armed groups resorting to acts of terrorism...
01 Jan 2018
Following pressure from civil society for a complete and accurate listing of perpetrators in 2017, United Nations Secretary-General António Guterres listed the Saudi Arabia-led coalition forces for Yemen and the Popular Mobilization Forces (PMF) for...
01 Jan 2015
Watchlist on Children and Armed Conflict, a network of human rights and humanitarian organizations working together to protect the security and rights of children in conflict, is pleased to announce the second edition of its “ 1612 Monitoring and...
01 Jan 2011
In order to advise policy-makers at a critical juncture after the re-election in January 2011 of President François Bozizé of the Central African Republic (CAR), the Watchlist on Children and Armed Conflict (Watchlist) and the Internal Displacement...
01 Jan 2009
The United Nations Security Council has made important and groundbreaking progress to date on its children and armed conflict agenda. These important efforts are squarely placed within the context of the Council’s overall mandate to protect...
01 Jan 2008
In July 2005, the United Nations Security Council unanimously adopted Resolution 1612. In addition to calling for other important measures to protect children, the Security Council requested that the Secretary-General establish a mechanism to...

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