vi Articles 38 and 39 which call for the protection of children in armed

Vi articles 38 and 39 which call for the protection

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vi Articles 38 and 39 which call for the protection of children in armed conflict and request State parties to uphold their obligations under IHL. vii Adapted from Save the Children “A child rights approach to emergencies”: %20Emergencies.pdf viii Adapted from Save the Children “A child rights approach to emergencies”: %20Emergencies.pdf ix Among the other categories, data could be disaggregated by ethnic, national or religious group; displaced/non-displaced; displaced/host community; child-headed household; and separated and unaccompanied. Where interviews, or occasional in-depth enquiries are carried out, information on ethnic/religious group and location may highlight unanticipated disparities in service usage and bring attention to the conditions of other marginalized or groups suffering discrimination. Data recording and reporting formats will need to be developed and agreed with partners in order to ensure consistent and comprehensive monitoring along these lines. x The Sphere Handbook gives acceptable minimum coverage rates for some sectors. xi UNICEF Technical Note on Conflict Sensitivity and Peacebuilding in UNICEF, 2011 xii UN Efforts to Promote Child-Conscious Peacemaking and Peacekeeping: A step towards improving the lives of war-affected children, Ohio State Journal on Dispute Resolution, Ilene Cohn, 2005, 99 xiii Conflict Sensitivity and Peacebuilding in UNICEF Technical Note, UNICEF, 2012 xiv Empowerment: Children and Youth: Children, Youth and Peacebuilding Processes, Peacebuilding initiative: xv Machel, Ibid p. 149. xvi UNICEF Programme, Policy and Procedure Manual, 2011 xvii Adapted from Joint Guidance Note on Integrated Recovery Planning using Post Conflict Needs Assessments and Transitional Results Frameworks, United Nations Development Group, World Bank, September 2007. xviii From Slim and Bonwick, 2005 (page 73) ; the Sphere Handbook, 2004 (pages 137, 219); and INEE, page 74 xix From Slim and Bonwick, 2005 (page 73) and the Sphere Handbook, 2004 (pages 35, 38) xx Conflict Sensitivity and Peacebuilding in UNICEF Technical Note, UNICEF, 2012
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