UNICEF 2012 Conflict Sensitivity and Peacebuilding in UNICEF Technical Note New

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UNICEF, 2012. Conflict Sensitivity and Peacebuilding in UNICEF, Technical Note, New York. UNICEF, 2011. Core Commitments for Children in Humanitarian Action. Revised 2011, New York. UNICEF, 2011. Programme Policy and Procedure Manual. Programme Operations. Revised 2011 38
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DRAFT – Toolkit on Child Rights in Humanitarian Crises and Post-Crisis Transition, July 2012 40
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i Machel Study 10-Year Strategic Review: Children and Conflict in a Changing World, Office of the Special Representative of the Secretary- General for Children and Armed Conflict in collaboration with UNICEF,2009 ii The Inter-Agency Standing Committee’s definition of protection in humanitarian crises includes “all activities aimed at obtaining full respect for the rights of the individual in accordance with the letter and the spirit of the relevant bodies of law” and recognizes the importance of seeing the protection dimension in all humanitarian work, including in the more traditional assistance activities such as immunization or micronutrient supplementation. iii Partially adapted from Save the Children “A child rights approach to emergencies”: %20Emergencies.pdf iv The CRC defines a child as “every human being below the age of eighteen years” (Art.1). The Convention calls for child protection and non-discrimination (Art.2), for the provision of his/her essential needs as well as those required for his/her development (Art.6). The best interests of the child shall always be primary consideration (Art.3) and the child has the right to freely express his/her views on anything concerning him/her (Art.12) v For example, right to life, survival and development; right to protection from violence and abuse; right to access healthcare, food and education, among others.
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