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Women and Child Rights Project (WCRP) Report Children and Armed Conflict

Women and Child Rights Project (WCRP) Report Children and Armed Conflict

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Coercion, Cruelty and Collateral Damage
January 13, 2012
An assessment of grave violations of children’s rights in conflict zones of southern Burma
This report is titled “Coercion, Cruelty and Collateral Damage: An assessment of grave violations of children’s rights in conflict zones of southern Burma”, and it is released by the Woman and Child Rights Project (WCRP), which was founded in 2000 by members of the Human Rights Foundation of Monland (HURFOM) to monitor and protect the rights of women and children in southern Burma. The 24-page report reveals that grave violations of children’s rights such as recruitment of child soldiers, killing and maiming, rape and sexual abuse, and forced labor continue to be committed by the Burmese military, despite the creation, by the United Nation Security Council (UNSC) resolution 1612 on Children and Armed Conflict passed in 2005
Coercion, Cruelty and Collateral Damage
January 13, 2012
An assessment of grave violations of children’s rights in conflict zones of southern Burma
This report is titled “Coercion, Cruelty and Collateral Damage: An assessment of grave violations of children’s rights in conflict zones of southern Burma”, and it is released by the Woman and Child Rights Project (WCRP), which was founded in 2000 by members of the Human Rights Foundation of Monland (HURFOM) to monitor and protect the rights of women and children in southern Burma. The 24-page report reveals that grave violations of children’s rights such as recruitment of child soldiers, killing and maiming, rape and sexual abuse, and forced labor continue to be committed by the Burmese military, despite the creation, by the United Nation Security Council (UNSC) resolution 1612 on Children and Armed Conflict passed in 2005

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CHILDREN AND ARMED CONFLICT3Woman and Child Rights Project
Coercion, Cruelty and Collateral Damage
An assessment of grave violations of children’s rights
 in conflict zones of southern BurmaByWoman and Child Rights Project (WCRP)Human Rights Foundation of MonlandJanuary 2012

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report, “Coercion, Cruelty and Collateral Damage,” was released in Mae Sot, on the Burmese-Thai border, on January 13, which will be submitted to the U.N.

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