International Law concerning Child Civilians in Armed Conflict

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Index
abortion, 8
accountability, 240-1
aerial warfare
Gulf War, 178, 180-1
Hague Rules of Aerial Warfare, 60-1
Kurds, 272-3
Africa, 75
African Charter on Human and People's Rights 1981, 33, 36
derogation, 36
African Charter on the Rights and Welfare of the Child 1990, 33, 52-3
armed forces, 53
customary law, 16-17
Organisation of African Unity, 33
racial discrimination, 53
right to life, 36
age limits, 9-10, 13, 78
children, 227
Convention on the Rights of the Child 1989, 103
evacuations, 84
Geneva Conventions and Protocols, 80
agreements, 63
aliens, 94-5
American Convention on Human Rights
derogation, 36
Protocol, 33
right to life, 36
American Declaration of the Rights and Duties of Man 1948, 33, 34-6, 40
Arab Charter on Human Rights, 34
armed forces
Africa, 53
children in, 7-8, 266
Convention on the Rights of the Child 1989, 100, 101-3
Geneva Conventions and Protocols, 96
Gulf War, 212
information, 234-5, 240
internal disturbances, 96
international law, 234
United Nations, 234
Amnesty International, 163, 164-8
capital punishment, 166
chemical weapons, 208-9
Convention on the Rights of the Child, 166
functions, 164-5
Gulf War, 179, 209
Iraq, 164, 166, 174, 208-10, 211
Iraq-Children: Innocent Victims of Political Repression, 209
Kurds, 209, 210
refugees, 166, 210
sections, 166
structure, 164-5
torture, 166
United Nations, 165, 209, 210
applicable law, 171-94
chemical weapons, 171
Convention on the Rights of the Child, 171
customary law, 172, 173
Geneva Conventions, 171, 172
Gulf War, 172, 190
human rights, 172, 173
International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights, 171
Iraq, 171
Kurds, 173
right to life, 172, 173
arms and weapons see also chemical weapons
bacteriological, 108-9
embargoes, 248
Geneva Conventions 1949, 64
Inhumane Weapons Convention 1980, 68, 97-8, 111
land-mines, 68
nuclear, 251-2
St Petersburg Declaration Renouncing the Use, in Time of War, of Explosive Projectiles 1868, 59
United Nations, 108-9
women, 108-9
Beijing Conference on Women 1995, 37, 38
blockades
consignments, 87
Gulf War, 177
booby traps, 97
Bosnia and Herzegovina, 146
Cairo Conference on Population and Development 1994, 37, 38
capital punishment
Amnesty International, 166
European Convention on Human Rights, 36
Geneva Conventions and Protocols, 89, 92-3, 96-7

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