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UN Resolution on the Rights of the Child (A/RES/64/146)

A/RES/64/146
03/03/2010

General Assembly Resolution 64/146 welcomes the appointment of the Special Representative of the Secretary General on Violence against Children

Annual Report to the Human Rights Council - 2010

A/HRC/13/46
03/02/2010

This report of the Special Representative of the Secretary-General on Violence against Children is submitted to the Human Rights Council in accordance with General Assembly resolution 64/146.

Ms. Santos Pais assumed her position on 1 September 2009. In this preliminary report, she recalls the history leading up to the establishment of the position of the Special Representative, and the scope of the mandate, as defined by General Assembly resolution 62/141. She outlines her vision and priority areas for her work and the strategies she intends to use to achieve progress in implementing the mandate entrusted to her, which builds upon the recommendations of the United Nations study on violence against children (A/61/299).

Annual Report to the Human Rights Council - 2011

A/HRC/16/54
28/02/2011

The Special Representative of the Secretary-General on violence against children hereby submits her second report to the Human Rights Council in accordance with General Assembly resolution 65/197.

In the report, the Special Representative is guided by the United Nations study on violence against children (A/61/299) and builds upon the vision and priority areas of work identified in her initial report (A/HRC/13/46).

Joint report of the Special Rapporteur on the sale of children, child prostitution and child pornography and the Special Representative of the Secretary-General on Violence against Children

A/HRC/16/56
07/03/2011

The present report is submitted pursuant to Human Rights Council resolution 13/20 entitled “Rights of the child: the fight against sexual violence against children”. It provides an overview of accessible and child-sensitive counselling, complaint and reporting mechanisms to address incidents of violence, including sexual violence and exploitation, and draws attention to positive developments and persisting challenges. The report also highlights legal obligations, roles and responsibilities of State institutions and other key stakeholders, and makes recommendations for the strengthening of these mechanisms to safeguard children’s right to freedom from all forms of violence.

UN Resolution on the Rights of the Child (A/RES/62/141)

A/RES/62/141
22/02/2008

 General Assembly Resolution 62/141 establishes the mandate of the Special Representative of the Secretary General on Violence against Children

Annual Report to the General Assembly - 2010

A/65/262
09/08/2010

This initial report of the Special Representative of the Secretary-General on violence against children is submitted to the General Assembly in accordance with its resolution 64/146.

On 1 September 2009, Marta Santos Pais assumed her position. In the present report, she recalls the history leading up to the establishment of her position and the scope of her mandate, as defined by the General Assembly in resolution 62/141. She outlines her vision and the priority areas for her work and the strategies she intends to use to achieve progress in implementing the mandate entrusted to her, which builds upon the recommendations of the United Nations study on violence against children (see A/61/299).