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Setting the right priorities Protecting Children Affected by Armed Conflict in Afghanistan - Watchlist 2010

Setting the right priorities Protecting Children Affected by Armed Conflict in Afghanistan - Watchlist 2010

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Published by Jeffrey Marzilli
Watchlist on Children and Armed Conflict's report provides a detailed account of the dire situation facing the children in Afghanistan. In order to achieve peace, the report argues that the Afghan government, the UN Security Council and the humanitarian community must prioritize child protection, and end impunity for violators of children's rights.
Watchlist on Children and Armed Conflict's report provides a detailed account of the dire situation facing the children in Afghanistan. In order to achieve peace, the report argues that the Afghan government, the UN Security Council and the humanitarian community must prioritize child protection, and end impunity for violators of children's rights.

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 June 2010
Setting theRight Priorities:
Protecting Children Aectedby Armed Conict in Afghanistan
 
Watchlist Mission Statement
 The Watchlist on Children and Armed Conict strives to end violations against children in armed conictsand to guarantee their rights. As a global network, Watchlist builds partnerships among local, nationaland international nongovernmental organizations, enhancing mutual capacities and strengths. Workingtogether, we strategically collect and disseminate information on violations against children in conictsin order to inuence key decision makers to create and implement programs and policies that eectivelyprotect children.Watchlist works within the framework of the provisions adopted in UN Security Council Resolutions 1261,1314, 1379, 1460, 1539, 1612, 1882, the principles of the Convention on the Rights of the Child and itsprotocols and other internationally adopted human rights and humanitarian standards.General supervision of Watchlist is provided by a Steering Committee of international nongovernmentalorganizations known for their work with children and human rights. The views presented in this reportdo not represent the views of any one organization in the network or the Steering Committee.For further information about Watchlist or specic reports, or to share information about children in aparticular conict situation, please contact:
watchlist@watchlist.orgwww.watchlist.orgPhoto Credits
Cover Photo: Mats Lignell/Save the ChildrenPlease Note: The people represented in the photos in this report are not necessarily themselves victimsor survivors of human rights violations or other abuses.
 
 June 2010
Setting theRight Priorities:
Protecting Children Aectedby Armed Conict in Afghanistan

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