Charts: I) Child-Related Training
Materials—Eleven Selected Countries,
and II) Summary of Comments—San
1. The Charts below summarise only information on military training specifically
concerning children, and they do not address training on more general legal
and policy measures, eg regarding landmines and culpability.
2. In the Charts below, a definite 'yes' or 'no' is indicated by an 'x' in the appropriate
column. However, where there is some uncertainty, eg 'possibly yes', this is
indicated by '?x' in the 'yes' column.
Armed Conflict At Home'
In the absence of any concrete information about BiH military training concerning children, it has not been possible to complete a Chart on this subject. As discussed in the text, however, the ICRC was offering some general IHL training in BiH, and others were also providing this (eg the Lieutenant Colonel cited). Accordingly, basic information on children may have been incorporated, as part of the general IHL military training in BiH.
Again, in the absence of sufficient information for this purpose, it has not been possible to complete a Chart summarising Colombian military training on the treatment of children. However, the ICRC apparently conducted much of the general CAF training, and the new ICRC Teaching File encourages at least some