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Webinar series

Children’s Rights in Palestine, Touching base on Palestinian Child’s Day

Defence for Children International (DCI) launched a series of webinars on 5th April 2024, International Day of Solidarity with the Palestinian Child, to raise awareness about the rights of Palestinian children.

The subsequent webinars are scheduled for 8th May, 17th May, 31st May and one more on 2nd July with a hybrid meeting near Geneva on 2nd May, coinciding with the Annual Rafto Prize meeting of laureates. DCI-Palestine is the 2023 Rafto Prize Laureate.

The webinars bring together a range of high-level expert Palestinian and international speakers to discuss how best to support Palestinian children, meet their immediate needs, start healing the harms caused, provide pathways to a sense of justice and accountability, and ensure their rights are respected and implemented.

2nd July 2024, 14:00 – 16:00 CEST

Panellists:

 

Moderator: Bethany Ellis, Watchlist on Children and Armed Conflict

 

  • Giovanni Di Girolamo, Head of the Middle East and North Africa Unit, Commission’s Directorate-General for European Humanitarian and Civil Protection Operations (ECHO)
  • Rana Nashashibi, Director of the Palestinian Counselling Centre
  • Francesca Albanese, United Nations Special Rapporteur on the situation of human rights in the Palestinian territories occupied since 1967
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Action points:

  1. Immediate Ceasefire: Call for an immediate ceasefire to halt the violence and protect civilians.
  2. Humanitarian Access: Ensure safe and unrestricted humanitarian access to and within Gaza to reach affected populations, including opening all access crossings.
  3. Safe Movement: Guarantee the safe movement of humanitarian workers and supplies to support aid delivery.
  4. Protect Civilian Infrastructure: Respect and protect civilian infrastructure, such as shelters, schools, health facilities, and utilities, to prevent loss of life, disease outbreaks, and ensure care for the sick and wounded.
  5. Respect International Law: Urge all parties to the conflict to respect international humanitarian law to safeguard civilian lives and property.
  6. Medical Access: Allow urgent medical cases to safely access critical health services or be evacuated, ensuring that children evacuated for medical reasons are accompanied by family members.
  7. Family-Based Care: Promote family-based care options for children deprived of parental care, avoiding excessive institutionalisation.
  8. Support for HRDs: Provide protection and support for Palestinian human rights defenders and NGOs documenting the situation, recognising their essential role despite crackdowns.
  9. Accountability and Justice: Press for accountability by urging the ICC to issue arrest warrants and for countries with universal jurisdiction to ensure justice is served for violations committed during the conflict.
Read full summary here

51º período de sesiones del Consejo de Derechos Humanos de la ONU – Debate general Tema 7 Situación de los derechos humanos en Palestina y otros territorios árabes ocupados

El 30 de septiembre de 2022, DNI hizo una declaración sobre las NNA y la detención administrativa en nombre de Defensa de Niñas y Niños Internacional (DNI)- Palestina en la 51ª Sesión del Consejo de Derechos Humanos de la ONU – Debate General Tema 7 Situación de los derechos humanos en Palestina y otros territorios árabes ocupados.

 

En la declaración, DNI-Palestina insta enérgicamente a todos los estados miembros a:

  • Exigir a las autoridades israelíes que pongan fin inmediatamente al uso de la reclusión en régimen de aislamiento y la detención administrativa contra las NNA palestinas y consagrar la prohibición en la ley;
  • Adoptar medidas urgentes para garantizar la rendición de cuentas por las violaciones apoyando los esfuerzos de la Corte Penal Internacional para que los autores rindan cuentas y cumpliendo las obligaciones contraídas en virtud de los Convenios de Ginebra o el Estatuto de Roma para ejercer la jurisdicción penal y detener a las personas que presuntamente han cometido, o que han ordenado cometer, crímenes internacionales.

 

Haga clic aquí para leer la declaración completa.

 

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