Child Soldiers and the EU Policy on Children and Armed Conflict

This report examines and assesses current EU policies and action, and proposes options for the EU in policy and practice to make further progress in addressing the problem of children affected by armed conflict.

The findings in this report cover: the realities and trends on children affected by armed conflict; legal frameworks and international initiatives; academic knowledge base; the EU legal and policy framework, as well as EU initiatives to address the issue; and a case-study of how these policies and initiatives play out at the country level in the Democratic Republic of Congo.

Published 2015-01-12

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Publication year
2014
Format
pdf, 58p.
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© European Parliament, 2014
Content Type
ReportsEvaluations
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ISBN: 978-92-823-528-2; Doi: 10.2861/57277

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Document Information

Publication year
2014
Format
pdf, 58p.
Rights
© European Parliament, 2014
Content Type
ReportsEvaluations
Identifier
ISBN: 978-92-823-528-2; Doi: 10.2861/57277