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Rights of children in armed conflicts
Children and Accountability for International Crimes: The contribution of international criminal courts
This paper analyses the extent to which international and ‘mixed’ or ‘hybrid’ criminal courts, in particular the International Criminal Court (ICC), have ...
Children and Truth Commissions
Children are often brutally targeted in modern warfare. Accountability mechanisms have begun to focus on crimes committed against children during armed ...
Enfants et commissions vérité
L’obligation de poursuivre et de punir les crimes graves stipulée dans le droit international et la volonté d’apporter réparation aux victimes ont conduit ...
Genetic Tracing, Disappeared Children and Justice
The last several decades have witnessed a dramatic change in the methods of warfare. Civilians are now increasingly targets of violence, not just mere ...
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Cape Town Principles and best practices adopted at the Symposium on the prevention of recruitment of children into the armed forces and on demobilization and social reintegration of child soldiers in Africa, 27-30 April 1997, Cape Town, South Africa
Conference on the rights of Children in armed conflict : final report of a conference held in Amsterdam, the Netherlands, on 20-21 June 1994
Una cultura dell'infanzia : contributi per la societ
An end to silence : a preliminary study on sexual violence, abuse and exploitation of children affected by armed conflict
Filling knowledge gaps: a research agenda : the impact of armed conflict on children : the Florence Workshop
Filling knowledge gaps: a research agenda on the impact of armed conflict on children : background papers
The impact of war on children : a review of progress since the 1996 United Nations Report on the impact of armed conflict on children
International law concerning child civilians in armed conflict
The use of children as soldiers in Africa : a country analysis of child recruitment and participation in armed conflict
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