UN Documents for Children and Armed Conflict: Secretary-General's Reports

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27 October 2006 S/2006/851 This was the Secretary-General's report on children and armed conflict in Burundi.
26 October 2006 S/2006/826 This report provided information on compliance in ending the recruitment and use of children in armed conflict in violation of applicable international law and other violations being committed against children affected by armed conflict.
25 October 2006 S/2006/835 This was the Secretary-General's report on children and armed conflict in Côte d'Ivoire.
17 August 2006 S/2006/662 This was the report of the Secretary-General on children and armed conflict in the Sudan.
13 June 2006 S/2006/389 This was the first report of the Secretary-General on children and armed conflict in the Democratic Republic of the Congo.
16 June 2005 S/2005/392 This was a report of the Secretary-General on Somalia.
18 February 2005 S/2005/89 This report of the Secretary-General was on Somalia.
9 February 2005 S/2005/72 This was a report to the Council on steps taken by the Secretary-General to address allegations of sexual exploitation within MONUC.
8 October 2004 S/2004/804 This report of the Secretary-General was on Somalia.
19 April 2004 S/2003/1053/Corr.2 This was the second corrigendum of the report which suggested that six egregious violations against children should receive priority in monitoring operations. It also attached for the first time a list of other parties to armed conflict that recruit or use children in Annex II.
20 February 2004 S/2003/1053/Corr.1 This was the corrigendum of the report which suggested that six egregious violations against children should receive priority in monitoring operations. It also attached for the first time a list of other parties to armed conflict that recruit or use children in Annex II.
10 November 2003 S/2003/1053 This report suggested that six egregious violations against children should receive priority in monitoring operations. It also attached for the first time a list of other parties to armed conflict that recruit or use children in Annex II.
26 November 2002 S/2002/1299 This report called for a move towards an “era of application” and included a list of parties to armed conflict that recruit or use children in situations on the Council’s agenda.
7 September 2001 S/2001/852 This reported on the implementation of resolution 1314 and covered the measures needed to protect children during and after armed conflict.
19 July 2000 S/2000/712 This was the first report of the Secretary-General on children and armed conflict to the Council.