Children are the most vulnerable members of society, relying on adults to protect and nurture them. Unfortunately, in various parts of the world, children continue to suffer from grave violations of their rights. These violations not only cause immediate harm but also have long-lasting effects on their physical, emotional, and psychological well-being. In 1999, the first resolution on children and armed conflict adopted by the United Nations Security Council placed the issue of children affected by war on the Council’s agenda.
In a significant stride towards upholding the rights and welfare of children, the Alliance for Child Protection in Humanitarian Action orchestrated a groundbreaking event, centered on raising awareness, fostering collaboration, and promoting impactful initiatives in the realm of child protection.