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We hope that the deliberations of the Security Council today, under this item, will contribute to strengthening and coordinating international, regional and national efforts aimed at protecting civilians in armed conflict and violent crisis, and in developing the tools and applications used in this regard.
He added the EU remained deeply concerned about the situation of children affected by armed conflict in Afghanistan and called upon the government and the warring parties to respect the rights of children and take all measures to ensure that children were no longer victims of war.
There is a non-international armed conflict in Syria.
The 18-page report highlights the situation of children affected by armed conflict in Afghanistan, and presents information collected by the UN-led Afghanistan Country Task Force on Monitoring and Reporting.
As for the report of the special representative of the secretary general for children and armed conflict, al-Sada praised the progress made in the 'Children, Not Soldiers' campaign, expressing hope that it will achieve its objectives by 2016.
At this moment, according to our statistics, confirmed by the United Nations some 5,000 were killed in the armed conflict and more than 10,000 others suffered injuries of varying gravity," Drymanov said at a meeting of the committee for public support for Ukraine's Southeast, Itar-Tass reported.
The statement noted that there are 230 million children live in hot countries and regions affected by armed conflict in the world.
It references central figures involved in the debate over the Bush administration's approach to the law of armed conflict, such as Benjamin Wittes and Harold Koh.
The conflict in Chad was removed as an ongoing armed conflict, largely because there were fewer than 25 confirmed conflict-related deaths reported during both 2012 and 2013.
The principal facts and circumstances that led to the loss of civilian life during the internal armed conflict that ended on the 19th May 2009, and whether any person, group or institution directly or indirectly bears responsibility in this regard by reason of a violation or violations of international humanitarian law or international human rights law.
Legal classification of a military operation refers to categorizing an operation as part of an international armed conflict (IAC), a non-international armed conflict (NIAC), or no conflict at all (such as a peacekeeping operation).
NEW YORK (CyHAN)- The Security Council on Friday (7 March) unanimously adopted a resolution setting out practical steps to combat violations against children in armed conflict.
of Macau, China), this volume contains the proceedings of a 2012 workshop held to address this question regarding NGOs that seek to prevent armed conflict by providing public and private goods and services that obviate bases of disputes that lead to armed conflict and by seeking to act as norm entrepreneurs, that seek to mediate ongoing armed conflict through active mediation and dispute resolution efforts, or that seek to mitigate the consequences of armed violence through humanitarian assistance and relief and by working with civil authorities in pacified regions to provide various forms of community support.