Inquiry on Protecting Children in Conflict presents its findings

The Inquiry is tasked with strengthening the legal framework for the protection of children in armed conflict and holding perpetrators of abuses to account. It is comprised of a legal panel and an advisory panel of globally influential policy-makers, thinkers and activists, chaired by Gordon Brown and backed by international charities, Theirworld and Save the Children.

The Inquiry presented its findings at a seminar hosted by the Center for Human Rights and Global Justice (CHRGJ) at New York University (NYU). Its final report is scheduled to be published and launched later this year.

Rachel Barnes is a member of the legal panel.

For more information about the work of the Inquiry, please email Andrew Hilland.

More details on the New York presentation can be found here.

The Inquiry’s Report will be published by Hart Publishing, see here.

24th April 2018