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Child Soldiers - Year 12 Legal Studies Human Rights Presentation

Presentation on the issue of child soldiers, the promotion and enforcement of it and the effectiveness of the responses.
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Transcript of Child Soldiers - Year 12 Legal Studies Human Rights Presentation

Child Soldiers Child Soldiers The Issue Enforcement Is it all effective? What Are Child Soldiers? Ultimately, if, over the next four years, the
international community is to make good its
promise to protect children from military
exploitation, the level of political will, the
amount of human and financial resources, the
adherence to established best practice and
the quantity as well as the quality of
collaborative effort and imaginative endeavour
must all be multiplied. Who can become a child soldier and how can they join the armed groups?


Ultimately, if, over the next four years, the
international community is to make good its
promise to protect children from military
exploitation, the level of political will, the
amount of human and financial resources, the
adherence to established best practice and
the quantity as well as the quality of
collaborative effort and imaginative endeavour
must all be multiplied. Where are children being used as soldiers? The history behind Child Soldiers and its beginnings The International Committee of the Red Cross UNICEF Child Soldiers International Red Hand Day Amnesty International Save the Children Australia Peace Direct Promotion History of Enforcement Geneva Declaration on the Rights of the Child (1924)- [child was to be] “put in a position to earn a livelihood, and must be protected against every form of exploitation”. Convention on the Rights of the Child (1989) Optional Protocol to the Convention on the Rights of the Child on the Involvement of Children in Armed Conflict (2000) Coalition to Stop the Use of Child Soldiers Non Government Organisation International Court Responses Case Study: Prosecutor v. Thomas Lubanga Dyilo (ICC-01/04-01/06) Domestic Responses to Child Soldiers What needs to be done? International Court of Justice International Criminal Court ICJ ICC Promotion The Reality of Enforcement NO! Ultimately, if, over the next four years, the international community is to make good its promise to protect children from military exploitation, the level of political will, the amount of human and financial resources, the adherence to established best practice and the quantity as well as the quality of collaborative effort and imaginative endeavour must all be multiplied. An extract from Child Soldiers International's Global Report of 2008 Optional Protocol on the involvement of children in armed conflict Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court (1998) Conventions on the Rights of the Child (CROC) is an extension of Red Hand Day 12 February The Solution Is there one? The ICC and the ICJ
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