|Table of Treaties and Other Selected Legal Instruments||xvii|
|1.||Introduction: Context, Questions and Framework||1|
|Part 1||Law and Policy Relevant to the Training of Officers of National Armed Forces as Regards the Treatment of Children at the Outset, During, and Shortly After Situations of Armed Conflict||19|
|2.||Part I(A)(1)—Law and Policy: Content of Rules Relevant to Officer Training —Parameters and Basic Principles||21|
|3.||Part I(A)(1)—Law and Policy: Content of Rules Relevant to Officer Training Regarding Children—Child Civilians||33|
|4.||Part I(A)(1)—Law and Policy: Content of Rules Relevant to Officer Training Regarding Children—Child Soldiers||45|
|5.||Part I(A)(1)—Law and Policy: Content of General Rules Relevant to Officer Training Regarding Children—Landmines, Culpability/Command Responsibility, and Selected War Crimes Trials (1998–2001)||59|
|6.||Part I(A)(2)—Law and Policy: Obligations of Governments—Treaty Law, 'Soft Law', and the Committee on the Rights of the Child||81|
|7.||Part I(B)—Impact of Law and Policy: Methodology||99|
|Part II||Practice: Training for Officers of National Armed Forces on the Treatment of Children—Country Studies and the ICRC||119|
|8.||Part II—Introduction and Country Studies (Category A)||121|
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Publication information: Book title: Military Training and Children in Armed Conflict: Law, Policy, and Practice. Contributors: Jenny Kuper - Author. Publisher: Martinus Nijhoff. Place of publication: New York. Publication year: 2005. Page number: xi.
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