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Financing for Development requires move in resources from billions to trillions - savings from ending violence against children will be a crucial contribution

SRSG Santos Pais speaks at side event Sustaining Investments in Childhood
13/07/2015

Addis Ababa, 13 July 2015 - SRSG Santos Pais co-hosted with Unicef an event at the Financing for Development Conference in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia where a Global Partnership and associated Fund to end violence against children was announced. This new initiative seeks to mobilize the resources needed to deliver on Target 16.2 of the Sustainable Development Agenda (SDG) to “End abuse, exploitation, trafficking and all forms of violence against and torture of children.”

The Global Partnership is expected to mobilize wide cross regional support for the implementation of the SDGs related to violence against children, and a vehicle to galvanize greater investment in solutions to reduce violence in the lives of children, as well as to generate new and greater funding.

UN Resolution: Protecting children from bullying

A/RES/69/158
18/12/2014

Resolution adopted by the General Assembly on 18 December 2014

[on the report of the Third Committee (A/69/484)]

69/158.    Protecting children from bullying

 

 

           The General Assembly,

           Emphasizing that the Convention on the Rights of the Child[1] constitutes the standard in the promotion and protection of the rights of the child and that States parties to the Convention shall undertake all appropriate legislative, administrative and other measures for the implementation of the rights recognized therein,

European Parliament resolution on the 25th anniversary of the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child

24/11/2014
European Parliament resolution on the 25th anniversary of the UN Convention on the
Rights of the Child
 
 
(...) 3. Welcomes the EU’s commitment to further developing integrated EU child protection guidelines in order to reduce fragmentation resulting from issue-based responses dealing with specific child protection concerns, so as to ensure that all children across the EU are effectively protected against all forms of violence;
 

Resolution on the Rights of the Child - United Nations General Assembly (69th Session)

A/69/157
03/02/2015

Resolution adopted by the General Assembly on 18 December 2014 [on the report of the Third Committee (A/69/484)] A/RES/69/157. Rights of the child The General Assembly,

 

Reaffirming all its previous resolutions on the rights of the child in their entirety, the most recent of which is resolution 68/147 of 18 December 2013, and in particular recognizing the importance of resolution 44/25 of 20 November 1989, in which it adopted the Convention on the Rights of the Child, and welcoming the celebration of the twenty-fifth anniversary of its adoption in 2014,

Emphasizing that the Convention on the Rights of the Child constitutes the standard in the promotion and protection of the rights of the child, and bearing in mind the importance of the Optional Protocols to the Convention,2 and calling for their universal ratification and effective implementation, as well as that of other human rights instruments,

Clustered Interactive dialogue with SRSGs (Cont'd) - 28th Regular Session of Human Rights Council

12/03/2015

Clustered Interactive dialogue Item 3 - Promotion and protection of all human rights, civil, political, economic, social and cultural rights, including the right to development: 

SRSG Santos Pais presents her Annual Report to the Human Rights Council

12/03/2015

11 March, 2015 - Clustered Interactive dialogue Item 3 - Promotion and protection of all human rights, civil, political, economic, social and cultural rights, including the right to development: 

- Special Representative of the Secretary-General on Violence against Children A/HRC/28/55 

Annual report to the Human Rights Council - 2015

A/HRC/28/55
30/12/2014

Summary

The present annual report reviews, pursuant to General Assembly resolution 68/147, key initiatives promoted by the Special Representative. It builds on the twenty-fifth anniversary of the adoption of the Convention on the Rights of the Child and the shaping of the post-2015 development agenda, and highlights the potential and risks associated with children’s use of new information and communication technologies.

 


I. Introduction

1. 2014 marked the twenty-fifth anniversary of the adoption of the Convention on the Rights of the Child, which provided significant opportunities to mobilize enhanced support for children’s protection from violence. During the year, three important processes gained special relevance for children and countries across regions.

Proposed programme budget for the biennium 2014-2015 - Report of the Fifth Committee*

A/68/689
30/12/2013

Proposed programme budget for the biennium 2014-2015
 Report of the Fifth Committee*

Rapporteur: Mr. Ken Siah (Singapore)

I. Introduction

1. At its 2nd plenary meeting, on 20 September 2013, the General Assembly, on the recommendation of the General Committee, decided to include in the agenda of its sixty-eighth session the item entitled “Proposed programme budget for the biennium 2014-2015” and to allocate it to the Fifth Committee.

Questions relating to the proposed programme budget for the biennium 2014–2015

A/68/246
27/12/2013

Resolution adopted by the General Assembly on 27 December 2013

[on the report of the Fifth Committee (A/68/689)]

68/246. Questions relating to the proposed programme budget for the biennium 2014–2015

 

The General Assembly,

Reaffirming its resolutions 41/213 of 19 December 1986, 42/211 of 21 December 1987, 45/248 B, section VI, of 21 December 1990, 55/231 of 23 December 2000, 56/253 of 24 December 2001, 58/269 and 58/270 of 23 December 2003, 59/276, section XI, of 23 December 2004, 60/283 of 7 July 2006, 61/263 of 4 April 2007, 62/236 of 22 December 2007, 63/262 of 24 December 2008, 64/243 of 24 December 2009, 65/259 of 24 December 2010, 66/246 and 66/247 of 24 December 2011, 66/258 of 9 April 2012 and 67/248 of 24 December 2012,