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Sudan and Children and young people

Sudan
  • Capital: Khartoum
  • Population: 35000000
  • Size: 1861484.0 Km2

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Norwegian and Swedish child rights support in Sudan
S. al-Nagar (ed); L. Tønnessen (ed) / Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency, 2011
The Convention of the Rights of the Child (CRC) was signed by Sudan in July 1991. This report evaluates Norway’s and Sweden’s aid interventions with regards to the right of the child during the last ten years in Sudan.&nbs...
Norwegian and Swedish agencies should cooperate more to promote child rights in Guatemala, Kenya, Mozambique and Sudan
A. Tostensen; H. Stokke; S. Trygged / Norwegian Agency for Development Cooperation - NORAD, 2011
Guatemala, Kenya, Mozambique and Sudan have ratified the Convention on the Rights of the Child (CRC) and are bound to take legislative, policy, and administrative action to honour their legal obligations. This report synthesises the f...
Abolishing the juvenile death penalty in Iran, Saudi Arabia, Sudan, Pakistan, and Yemen
Human Rights Watch, 2008
Strongly advocating banning the juvenile death penalty, this paper looks at a number of countries where the juvenile death penalty is sill used, namely Iran, Saudi Arabia, Sudan, Pakistan, and Yemen. The authors conclude with a number...
Children in armed conflict: current trends and concerns
Reliefweb, 2007
This document is the annual report from the Secretary-General. It details progress in the implementation of SC Resolution 1612 – ending the recruitment and use of children in armed conflict and its monitoring and reporting mecha...
A toolkit for training young peace-builders
C. Hulley / Centre for the Study of Violence and Reconciliation, South Africa, 2007
This document presents the trainers manual which accompanies the participants pack for a youth peace building training session. The long term objective of the training is to bring about changes in attitudes, behaviours, systems a...
A pack of materials designed for young peace builders in the Sudan
C. Hulley / Centre for the Study of Violence and Reconciliation, South Africa, 2007
This Participants Pack contains diagrams, articles and readings designed to assist Youth peacebuilders. It was developed in reference to a trainers pack for a youth peace building training session, but can also be used independently. ...
Action is needed now to stop children being killed, tortured and raped in Sudan
Watchlist/Watchlist on Children and Armed Conflict, 2007
This report presents information on violations against children in Sudan in each of the major categories identified by the United Nations Security Council Resolution 1612 on Children and Armed Conflict. The report describes the nature...
Unity among African youth organisations will give voice to young people
U.E. Diemer / African Child Policy Forum, 2006
Fragmentation is preventing youth organisations in Africa from becoming effective agents for change, this report concludes. The report draws on views of young people from Benin, Ethiopia, Ghana, Rwanda, Senegal, South Africa, Sudan an...
Nutrition and well being of children in Kosti, Sudan
B. J. Bence; J. Lee; R. F. Houser; F. J. Levinson / Friedman School of Nutrition Science and Policy, Tufts University, 2004
This report analyses the health and nutrition conditions of internally displaced children, aged 6 to 24 months, from the Kosti region of Sudan. The report also explores the determinants of these conditions. Identification of these chi...
World Visions work: empowerment of women and girls
World Vision International Resources on Child Rights, 2006
This publication is World Vision’s briefing paper to the 50th Commission on the Status of Women. It focuses on World Vision’s work to empower and advance the status of women and girls while assisting the entire community in ...
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