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Children and armed conflict - Report of the Secretary-General (A/73/907–S/2019/509)

UN Security Council, UN General Assembly, (2019)

The present report, which covers the period from January to December 2018, is submitted pursuant to Security Council resolution 2427 (2018). The preparation of the report involved broad consultations within the United Nations, in the field and at Headquarters, and with relevant Member States. It highlights global trends regarding the impact of armed conflict on children and provides information on violations committed from January to December 2018, as well as related protection concerns. Where possible, violations are attributed to parties to conflict and, pursuant to resolutions of the Council, the annexes to the present report include a list of parties that, in violation of international law, engage in the recruitment and use of children, the killing and maiming of children, rape and other forms of sexual violence against children, attacks on schools and/or hospitals and attacks or threats of attacks against protected personnel,1 and the abduction of children.

Psychosocial Support of Children Psychosocial Support of Children In Emergencies

United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF), (2009)

‘Psychosocial Support of Children in Emergencies’ is a reference document for humanitarian workers who want to increase their understanding of the experiences of children in emergency situations and how to support them in mitigating the negative effects of these experiences and how to prevent further harm. While the book is not designed to be a day-to-day programming tool, it outlines UNICEF’s orientation to the psychosocial principles integral to any work with children and provides a number of examples from field work of how these principles can be turned into concrete actions.

Висновки з проекту “Навчання життєвим навичкам та психосоціальна підтримка дітей, які постраждали внаслідок конфлікту на сході України” Семінар по Порядку денному ЮНІСЕФ у сфері освіти

Chris Talbot, Eds.: unicef, (2017)

Засвоєні уроки з Проекту “Навчання життєвим навичкам та психосоціальна підтримка дітей, які постраждали внаслідок конфлікту на сході України”, що фінансується Службою Європейської Комісії з гуманітарної допомоги та громадянського захисту (ЕСНО) в рамках Ініціативи “Діти миру

Field Action Guide for Psychosocial Assessment of Children and Families in Emergencies

Regional Emergency Psychosocial Support Network & UNICEF EAPRO, (2005)

This field action guide focuses on the first psychosocial assessment to be conducted just after a calamity strikes or just after a major event in an ongoing armed conflict. While it is necessary to update that initial assessment as the emergency situation evolves through the different phases of recovery (briefly outlined in the “phase chart”), this mini book is meant to guide the formation of a team to assess the psychosocial as well as physical needs of children, their families and the communities and then the recommendations the team makes for ensuing support.

Caught in Crossfire - Children and education in regions affected by civil strife

Save the Children, (2013)

This study primarily aims to understand how children living in areas of civil strife are denied their basic rights, especially the right to education and protection. For this study, eight districts affected by civil strife across the three states (Chhattisgarh: Dantewada, Bijapur, Bastar and Narayanpur, Odisha: Gajapati and Kandhamal and Jharkhand: Khunti and Lohardagga) were chosen to understand the landscape of violence and the state of basic services such as education and protection. This study has attempts to explore the impact of long-term violence on children’s lives and learning.

Cartographie des enfants en mouvement en Afrique

Comité Africain d’Experts sur les Droits et le Bien-être de l’Enfant CAEDBE, Eds.: GIZ; Save the Children; EU, (2018)

Guide to the Evaluation of Psychosocial Programming in Emergencies

UN Children's Fund UNICEF, (2009)

This guide focuses on the evaluation of psychosocial programs that are aligned with two main goals: - To promote psychosocial wellbeing by promoting an environment that provides appropriate care, opportunities for development and protects children from exposure to situations that are harmful to their psychosocial wellbeing, and - To respond to psychosocial problems by strengthening social and psychological supports for children who have been exposed to situations that affect their psychological development.

Експрес-­‐оцінка соціально-­‐ психологічного становища дітей в донецькій області

unicef, Eds.: unicef, (2019)

На фоні стрімких геополітичних змін та військових дій в Україні протягом останніх декількох місяцівЮНІСЕФ ініціював проведення експрес-­‐оцінкисоціально-­‐психологічного становища дітей у чотирьох містах Донецької області. Метою оцінки було виявлення впливу поточної кризи на життя дітей та їх сімей. Оцінка та забезпечення соціально-­‐психологічних потреб є одним з ключових зобов’язань ЮНІСЕФ у випадку гуманітарної кризи. Accessed on 2019

Mapping Children on the Move

African Committee of Experts on the Rights and Welfare of the Children ACERWC , Eds.: GIZ; Save the Children; EU, (2018)

In reviewing State Parties report on the implementation of the Charter, the Committee has identified children on the move as an emerging child protection issue in African, and therefore commissioned a study in view of making recommendations to tackle the problem in Member States. The Committee observed that there were challenges with regard to upholding the rights and welfare of children on the move and that there are gaps on the type of protection measures and treatment that is be accorded to such children within our beloved Continent. The study presents key drivers of the children on the move, migration routes, challenges faced by children on the move, policy and institutionalized content protecting children on the move and finally the way forward.

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