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Strengthening the Security Council’s Response to Sexual Violence and Attacks on Education in Armed Conflict

For a full decade, the UN Security Council has addressed the severe abuses that children experience in armed conflict. Its response has included a series of six resolutions (1261, 1314, 1379, 1460, 1539, and 1612), the creation of a specialized working…
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Children in the Ranks The Maoists' Use of Child Soldiers in Nepal Map of Nepal I. Summary and Introduction Key recommendations Methodology II. Background The civil war's impact on children.. The People's Movement and the Comprehensive Peace Agreement…
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Recruitment Continues Despite Peace Agreement

(New York) - Nepal’s Maoist armed forces should immediately begin releasing the thousands of child soldiers in their ranks and cease recruiting more children, Human Rights Watch said in a report released today. The new 72-page report, “Children in the…
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Agenda Item 9: Question of the violation of human rights and fundamental freedoms in any part of the world

Mr. Chairman,     Human Rights Watch urges the Commission to take action on the situations in Nepal, Sudan and Uzbekistan.     In Nepal, Maoists and the army continue to kill civilians with impunity. As Human Rights Watch documented, Nepal has one of the…
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(Geneva) — With a membership that includes governments responsible for crimes against humanity, the U.N. Commission on Human Rights meeting in Geneva next week must take dramatic steps to restore its sinking credibility, Human Rights Watch said today.…