Growing up at Gunpoint: Children’s Rights in the Light of the Military Conflict in the Eastern Ukraine
The issue is focused on the comprehensive analysis of how children’s rights are upheld in the light of the military conflict in the Eastern Ukraine
The essence of the process for incorporating rules of the international law into children’s rights was conveyed. European legal standards and legal mechanisms for child protection were analyzed. Specifics of legal and judicial remedies for children’s rights in the light of the military conflict in Ukraine. Concerns regarding upholding children’s rights in the light of the military conflict in the Eastern Ukraine were considered.
The report can be found here.
The report was prepared and published under the auspice of Global Affairs Canada as part of Human Rights First project implemented by the Ukrainian Helsinki Human Rights Union. Views and interpretations presented in this publication do not necessarily represent the views of the Canadian government.
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