Título Los niños y los conflictos armados : Informe del Secretario General
Versión en inglés Children and armed conflict : report of the Secretary-General
Fuente ONU: Secretario General de Naciones Unidas
Fecha de publicación 13 Abril 2010
País Afganistán | Burundi | República Centroafricana | Côte d´Ivoire/Costa de Marfil | República Democrática del Congo | Colombia | Haití | Iraq | Líbano | Sri Lanka | Myanmar | Nepal | Pakistán | Filipinas | Sudán | Somalia | Chad | Uganda
Temas Derechos de la niñez | Impunidad | Niños soldados | Niños, niñas y adolescentes en situación de riesgo | Observadores de derechos humanos | Observadores de derechos humanos | Violencia sexual y de género
Cita A/64/742-S/2010/181
Referencia 64th Session; 65th Year
Otros idiomas / Archivos adjuntos Arabic | Chinese | French | Spanish
Citar como ONU: Secretario General de Naciones Unidas, Los niños y los conflictos armados : Informe del Secretario General, 13 Abril 2010, A/64/742-S/2010/181, disponible en esta dirección: https://www.refworld.org.es/docid/4bfcd0722.html [Accesado el 8 Agosto 2020]
Comentarios Annexes (p. 47-51): 1. List of parties that recruit or use children, kill or maim children and/or commit rape and other forms of sexual violence against children in situations of armed conflict on the agenda of the Security Council, bearing in mind other violations and abuses committed against children -- 2. List of parties that recruit or use children, kill or maim children and/or commit rape and other forms of sexual violence against children in situations of armed conflict not on the agenda of the Security Council, or in other situations of concern, bearing in mind other violations and abuses committed against children. Submitted pursuant to paragraph 19 of Security Council resolution 1882 (2009), by which the Council requested the submission of a report on the implementation of that resolution, resolutions 1261 (1999), 1314 (2000), 1379 (2001), 1460 (2003), 1539 (2004) and 1612 (2005), as well as its presidential statements on children and armed conflict; covers the period from Jan. to Dec. 2009.