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- DocumentWatchlist/Watchlist on Children and Armed Conflict, 2007This 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.Document
Making children's rights work in North Africa: country profiles on Algeria, Egypt, Libya, Morocco and TunisiaInternational Bureau for Children’s Rights, 2007This report analyses progress in implementing the Convention on the Rights of the Child in five countries of North Africa: Algeria, Egypt, Libya, Morocco and Tunisia.DocumentUnited Nations Office on Drugs and Crime, 2006How to prepare a child before it has to go to court either as a victim or as a witness? These child-friendly guidelines help to make sure that children who have been harmed by crime or seen others harmed are protected and treated fairly when they say what happened to them in a court of law.DocumentHuman Sciences Research Council, South Africa, 2007Through a snapshot view drawn from interviews and focus groups in the town of Palapye, this book examines the situation of orphans and vulnerable children (OVC) in Botswana.DocumentCentre for Policy Studies, South Africa, 2006Youth in South Africa are faced with a number of challenges such as more active participation in politics, the HIV/AIDS pandemic, poverty, unemployment, crime and a lack of education.Document
Building and strengthening youth’s consciousness and institutions for a sustainable fight against corruption in CameroonEldis Document Store, 2007This essay discusses the problem of corruption in Cameroon. The author argues that corruption can be tackled by strengthening the consciousness of young people through education.The paper points to various examples of corruption in Cameroon.DocumentRedress Trust, 2006The International Criminal Court broke new ground by charging Ugandan and Congolese warlords with recruiting or using children in hostilities.DocumentChild Rights Information Network, 2006In the recent past some progressive researchers have provided the space for children to ‘participate’ more intimately in the research process by giving them the role of information providers, key informants or data collectors. The impact of such research has been more beneficial to children and the resulting policies more constructive.DocumentUnited Nations Children's Fund, 2006This briefing report, released prior to the first free elections in the country in over 40 years, describes the tragedies that face the DRC’s children and urges the international community to seize the opportunity to put an end to the world’s deadliest humanitarian crisis since World War II.The situation facing the DRC’s children include:sexual assaults on women and children have reacheDocumentUnited Nations [UN] High Commission for Refugees, 2008The principle of the best interests of the child has been the subject of extensive consideration, in both academic and operational circles. However, applying this principle in practice remains a challenge and there is limited guidance available on how to operationalise the best interests principle.