NIGERIA : Deux enfants se font exploser
14/Dec/2016 News
Deux filles âgées d'environ sept ou huit ans ont commis un double attentat suicide dans un marché très fréquenté dans le nord-est du Nigeria, faisant au moins un mort et 18 blessés. 
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UN: More than 150 NGOs press States at UN on protections for human rights defenders
24/Nov/2015 News
In this joint letter more than 150 NGOs from around the world call on States at UN to reject attempts to weaken protection of human rights defenders. 
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CANADA : La Commission Vérité et Réconciliation qualifie de "génocide culturel" la scolarisation forcée des enfants aborigènes
15/Jun/2015 News
Les Canadiens ont pris conscience du désastre causé par la scolarisation forcée de dizaines de milliers d’Amérindiens et d’Inuits de 1870 à 1970.
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CANADA: Forced schooling of aboriginal children was ‘cultural genocide,’ truth commission finds
9/Jun/2015 News
The findings are part of a report documenting widespread physical, cultural and sexual abuse at government-sponsored residential schools run mostly by churches that Indian, Inuit and other indigenous children were forced to attend. 
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ASIA-PACIFIC: Cost of child maltreatment tops $200 billion annually, reports UNICEF
3/Jun/2015 News
Statistics show that failure to prevent violence against children is resulting in serious economic costs to countries, UNICEF warned at the launch of its ‘End Violence against Children’ campaign in Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea. 
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UN REPORT: Attacks against girls’ education occurring with 'increasing regularity'
10/Feb/2015 Publication
Girls advocating for gender equality in education have been increasingly the target of violence such as killings and abductions over the last five years, research evidence from over 70 countries shows.
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CÔTE D'IVOIRE : enlèvements et mutilations de 21 enfants
28/Jan/2015 News
L'Unicef a vivement condamné mardi l'enlèvement de 21 enfants en Côte d'Ivoire depuis décembre dernier, dont les corps mutilés de 20 d'entre eux ont ensuite été retrouvés.
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SOUTH SUDAN: Child soldiers released following deal with state and rebels
27/Jan/2015 News
Today 280 boys returned home as part of an agreement to demobolise 3000 children over the next few weeks.
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CHILD RIGHTS: Malala and Indian children’s rights activist win Nobel Peace Prize
10/Oct/2014 News
Malala Yousafzai and Kailash Satyarthi have been jointly awarded the Nobel Peace Prize for their work on promoting and protecting children's rights.
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