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Impact of Armed Conflict on Children

Graca Machel , UN   |   PDF

In the study, the expert proposes the elements of a comprehensive agenda for action by Member States and the international community to improve the protection and care of children in conflict situations, and to prevent these conflicts from occurring.  The study demonstrates the centrality of these issues to the …

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Implementing the Right to Education in Areas of Armed Conflict

Jo Boyden and Paul Ryder, Department of International Development   |   PDF

In the new vision of world development that is beginning to emerge in the 1990s, knowledge, human ingenuity, imagination and goodwill are the only resources that finally matter. No lasting progress, it is realized, can be made towards peace and respect for human rights and fundamental freedoms without them. Throughout …

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Refugee Children: Guidelines on Protection and Care


This book was written with several groups in mind. It is primarily for UNHCR’s staff, but it is also for the staff of its operational partners, whether they be voluntary organizations, UN agencies or Governments. Each chapter takes a subject, such as Legal Status or Psychosocial Well-being, and discusses …

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World Declaration on Education for All and Framework for Action to Meet Basic Learning Needs


This volume contains the text of the two documents adopted by the World Conference on Education for All (Jomtien, Thailand, 5-9 March 1990), convened jointly by the executive heads of UNICEF, UNDP, UNESCO, and the World Bank.

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The Book of Needs (Vol. II) in Education, Science and Culture of War-Devastated Countries


The Book of Needs Volume II is UNESCO’s second account of postwar educational losses and needs in countries which have suffered war. In the first Book of Needs (1947) an account was given of the situation in fifteen countries. In seven of these countries, all in Europe, UNESCO surveys have …

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