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Conflict Dynamics International has released a new tool for national judicial actors and others working on accountability for children in armed conflict: Anti-Impunity Tool: Guidance for investigating and prosecuting serious violations against children in armed conflict
The Children in Armed Conflict Accountability Framework is a practical resource that promotes accountability for serious violations of international law committed against children in armed conflict (CAC accountability). The Framework responds to the significant gap that exists in preventing and remedying these violations.
May 26, 2015 -
Conflict Dynamics International's Children and Armed Conflict Accountability Initiative is excited to announce a brand new website:
These practical resources have been developed under an initiative of the Government of Switzerland with support from Conflict Dynamics since the initiative's commencement in 2009. A Consultation Group involving the UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) and the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) has guided and contributed actively in various ways to the development of the resources through all stages.
Conflict Dynamics is pleased to share with you an updated version of the Humanitarian Negotiations Information Portal (HNIP). This portal is a practitioner-driven resource that is intended to serve as a global repository of information and resources on humanitarian negotiations, aiming to promote knowledge sharing and learning amongst the humanitarian community on this subject.
Across the globe, a dramatic gap exists between efforts and outcomes in realizing accountability for grave violations against children in situations of armed conflict. This report illustrates the “accountability gap” and presents practical opportunities for advancing efforts to achieve more effective accountability.