UN Documents for Children and Armed Conflict: Security Council Meeting Records

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10 September 2020 S/PV.8756 This was an open debate on “Children and Armed Conflict: Attacks against Schools as a Grave Violation of Children’s Rights”, which focused on the Sahel region.
12 February 2020 S/PV.8721 This was a high-level briefing on “Integrating child protection into peace processes to resolve conflict and sustain peace” which was presided over by Belgium's foreign minister, Philippe Goffin. Belgian King Philippe and Queen Mathilde were in attendance.
2 August 2019 S/PV.8591 Meeting records from the Council's open debate on children and armed conflict on 2 August.
9 July 2018 S/PV.8305 This was the high-level open debate on children and armed conflict with the theme "Protecting Children Today Prevents Conflict Tomorrow", chaired by Swedish Prime Minister Stefan Löfven.
31 October 2017 S/PV.8082 This was an open debate on children and armed conflict.
2 August 2016 S/PV.7753 This was an open debate on children and armed conflict.
16 December 2015 S/PV.7585 This was a briefing on the trafficking of persons in situations of conflict, with a particular focus on ISIS.
18 June 2015 S/PV.7466 This was an open debate focused on the Secretary-General’s annual report on children and armed conflict and the issue of abduction of children.
25 March 2015 S/PV.7414 The Security Council held an open debate on children and armed conflict focused on child victims of non-state groups.
8 September 2014 S/PV.7259 This was an open debate on children and armed conflict.
7 March 2014 S/PV.7129 This was the most recent debate on children and armed conflict.
17 June 2013 S/PV.6980 This was a debate on children and armed conflict.
19 September 2012 S/PV.6838 (Resumption 1) This was an open debate on children and armed conflict.
19 September 2012 S/PV.6838 This was an open debate on children and armed conflict.
12 July 2011 S/PV.6581 (Resumption 1) This was the resumption of a meeting on children and armed conflict.