|Table of Treaties and Other Selected Legal Instruments
|1.2 Why Child' Civilians?||6|
|1.4 Relevance of Two Concepts: Childhood and
|1.4.1 'Children's Rights'||11|
|1.4.3 The Significance of the Concepts of 'Childhood' and
'Children's Rights' in Relation to this Research||14|
|1.5 The Status of Children Generally||14|
|1.6 Summary of Introduction||18|
|Chapter 2. International Human Rights Treaty Law and Related
Instruments Relevant to Child Civilians in Armed Conflict||19|
|2.1 Relevant Principles in General Human Rights Law||19|
|2.1.1 Applicability of General Human Rights Instruments to
Children, and to Situations of Armed Conflict||21|
|2.1.2 General International Human Rights Instruments of
|2.1.3 General Regional Human Rights Instruments||32|
|2.1.4 Recent Initiatives||37|
|2.1.5 Summary: General Global and Regional Human Rights
Instruments and Initiatives||39|
|2.2 International Legal Instruments and Initiatives Exclusively
|2.2.1 The 1924 Declaration of the Rights of the Child and
the 1959 Declaration of the Rights of the Child||41|
|2.2.2 The 1989 Convention on the Rights of the Child||44|
|2.2.3 Additional International Instruments Exclusively
|2.2.4 The 1990 World Summit for Children||53|
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Book title: International Law concerning Child Civilians in Armed Conflict.
Contributors: Jenny Kuper - Author.
Publisher: Clarendon Press.
Place of publication: Oxford.
Publication year: 1997.
Page number: xiii.
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