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Enhancing collaboration in the complexity of conflict: child protection symposium

On 13 October 2016, Save the Children through the project Strengthening Child Protection in African Union Peace Support Operations (PSO) in East and West Africa and the International Peace Support Training Centre (IPSTC) organized a Child Protection in Peace Support Operations Symposium. 102 more words


Enhancing child protection capacity through peace support operations training

On 29 Aug – 09 Sept 2016 I attended a Child Protection Course that was funded by the Government of Denmark at the International Peace Support Training Centre (IPSTC) in Karen, Nairobi. 517 more words


Eastern African Standby Force integrated mission planning course provide child protection accountability opportunities in peace building

Save the children has for the past three years worked towards harmonizing approaches and standardizing child protection training in Peace Support Operations (PSO), through partnerships with Eastern African Standby Force (EASF) and Training Centres Excellence. 432 more words


African Union Commission Conducts the Civilians’ Foundation Course

Over the last three years, Save the Children has been collaborating with the African Union Peace Support Operations Division (AUPSO) and the Regional Standby Forces specifically focusing on strengthening child rights and child protection in peace support operations. 409 more words


The Secretary General report reveals increasing severity of the grave violations committed in 2015

The children and armed conflict report of the Secretary General covering the period from January to December 2015 was submitted pursuant to Security Council resolution 2225 (2015). 580 more words

Child Protection

Children in armed conflict, Every Last Child

Today, 26 April 2016, Save the Children is launching its global campaign ‘Every last Child’. The global launch will build a national and international dialogue on the most excluded children through a series of national advocacy, mobilisation and child led campaign activities. 545 more words

Child Protection

Non-lethal Technologies—an Overview

Whilst the focus for this issue of Disarmament Forum is on chemical and biological weapons, sight should not be lost of the spectrum of non-lethal technologies that are being deployed or under development. 108 more words

Health And Safety