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publication Street children and juvenile justice in Nicaragua 12/02/2004 Consortium for Street Children
publication Status of Palestinian Children's Rights
This report looks at the state of Palestinian
chidlren and Israel's violations of the right to
life and security and the rights of children
deprived of their liberty during the second
Intifada, that started four years ago, in
September 2000.

28/09/2004 Defence for Children International - Palestine Section
news Djibouti: Anti-FGM protocol ratified but huge challenges remain
Djibouti has joined six other African states which have ratified the Maputo Protocol that seeks to outlaw female genital mutilation (FGM), but observers say eradicating the practice in the Horn of Africa country remains a huge challenge.
21/02/2005 IRIN News
publication Young Lives, Global Goals: Children, poverty and the MDGs (resource pack)
Resource pack for teachers on children, poverty and the UN Millennium Development Goals.
01/03/2005 Young Lives
publication OneWorld Child Labour Guide
The aim of this Guide is to provide a broad introduction to the subject of Child Labour, in the context of human rights and sustainable development.
01/06/2005 OneWorld UK
news Security Council: Resolution Provides for New Monitoring and Reporting System 27/07/2005 Child Rights International Network
publication Violence against Disabled Children
This report presents the findings of the Thematic Group on Violence against Disabled Children, convened by UNICEF at UN Headquarters in New York on July 28, 2005 and
charged with the task of providing comments and recommendations on violence against disabled children to be made available for the UN Secretary General’s Report on Violence against Children.
28/07/2005 UN Secretary General's Study on Violence Against Children - Secretariat
publication "But where are our moral heroes?": an analysis of South African press reporting on children affected by HIV/AIDS
Messages conveyed both explicitly and implicitly in the media play an important role in the shaping of public understanding of issues, as well as associated policy, programme and popular responses to these issues. This paper applies discourse analysis to a series of articles on children affected by HIV/AIDS published in 2002/2003 in the English-medium South African press. The paper argues that in each instance, the particular moralism is questionable in the light of both empirical evidence and principles of human dignity underlying the South African constitution.
01/09/2005 University of Cape Town
CRC Documentation IFCO Submission for the 2005 Day of General Discussion on Children without Parental Care
IFCO urges the UN CRC, States Parties and international donors to monitor and help develop in-country family-based placement solutions for children in out-of-home care, particularly babies. International adoption should be seen as a last resort where all other options have been fully explored and only where all stages of the process are transparent and demonstrably free from corruption.
16/09/2005 International Foster Care Organisation
publication Early Childhood Matters 104 - Responses to young children in post-emergency situations
Articles on topics including early childhood development in emergency situations, addressing the rights and needs of tsunami-affected children, rapid child protection assessments in emergency contexts, the impact of conflict on children and care for separated children. Joint production with the International Catholic Child Bureau.
01/10/2005 Bernard van Leer Foundation
publication World Youth Report 2005: Young People Today, and in 2015
More than 500 million youths worldwide live on less than $2 a day, 113 million are not in school, 88 million are unemployed and 10 million have HIV/AIDS, all significant challenges for reaching the 2015 goals of reducing poverty by half, increasing literacy, and improving the health of people around the world. Amid this grim picture portrayed in the 2005 report, there are positive signs. Since 1995, the number of children completing primary school has continued to increase, while the current generation is the best educated in history.
01/10/2005 UN - United Nations
publication Statement delivered by Norway's Ambassador for Children, H.E. Ragne Birte Lund 17/10/2005 -
publication Good practice guidance for the moderation of interactive services for children
This guidance has been produced in response to public concern about the safety of children using interactive communication services, such as the Internet. While these services offer huge opportunities for children to communicate and learn, experience has shown that there are some individuals who will use them to contact children in order to "groom" and abuse them. There are a number of tools and processes that can be implemented to address child safety concerns, one of which is moderation.
01/11/2005 -
publication Multiple vulnerabilities: qualitative data for the study of orphans and vulnerable children in South Africa
This paper presents qualitative research undertaken to understand the core dynamics affecting orphans and vulnerable children (OVCs), support structures and interventions for OVCs in two local municipalities (Kopanong in Free State and Kanana in North West Province) in South Africa.
01/11/2005 Human Sciences Research Council - Programme for Development Research
publication General Comment No. 7: Implementing Child Rights in Early Childhood
General Comment 7 includes sections on the features of early childhood that inform the implementation of rights, on the application of the four general principles to young children, on parental responsibilities and assistance from States parties, on comprehensive policies and programmes for early childhood and on young children in need of special protection.
01/11/2005 UN OHCHR - Committee on the Rights of the Child
publication General Comment No. 6: Treatment of unaccompanied and separated children outside their country of origin
This general comment draws attention to the particularly vulnerable situation of unaccompanied and separated children; outlines the multifaceted challenges faced by States and other actors in ensuring that such children are able to enjoy their rights; and provides guidance on the protection, care and proper treatment of unaccompanied and separated children.
01/11/2005 UN OHCHR - Committee on the Rights of the Child
publication Children in Abject Poverty in Uganda
Education for All of the world’s children is a global priority. The reality, however, is that millions of the world’s poorest children will be denied their chance at education unless there are special interventions that target their development. Since such children do not form a special social category in poverty eradication intervention programmes, their inclusion in EFA efforts tends to be a hit-or-miss phenomenon. This publication looks specifically at poor children both in and out of school who live in Uganda.
07/11/2005 UNESCO
publication Fighting Back
The report looks at the experiences of children living in conflict situations, and focuses on strategies to prevent the recruitment of children into armed groups. Following interviews and discussions with around 200 children and 300 parents and carers in Ivory Coast, Liberia and Sierra Leone, it highlights a number of preventative strategies used by children, families and communities. These include moving to a safe place and avoiding separation.
11/11/2005 Save the Children UK
publication Family Matters: a study of institutional childcare in Central and Eastern Europe and the former Soviet Union
There are over 1.3 million children living in institutional care across Central and Eastern Europe and the former Soviet Union, and, more alarmingly, the rate at which children are entering care is actually increasing. There is little support and virtually no alternative forms of childcare available to desperate parents, and many feel they have no option but to place their child in an institution.
14/11/2005 EveryChild
publication Violence Against Children in Cyberspace
This report was written by ECPAT International with leading experts around the world as a contribution to the UN Study on Violence Against Children. It draws together the latest knowledge on cyber violence against children and outlines an agenda for action, including greater industry action and stronger national legislations harmonised to international standards.
15/11/2005 ECPAT - International Secretariat
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