Conference: CSW60 14-24 March 2016
Parallel EVENT: Forced Migration, Human Trafficking and Child Armies:
How ISIL is Exploiting the Conflict in the Middle East
Time: 12:30 — 14:00p.m
Location: CCUN CHAPEL
Recruiting children under 18 for armed groups. The violation of the abduction of children for criminal purposes.
1. Killing of children
2. Forceful recruitment of children
3. Rape and Abduction, and
4. Denial of humanitarian aid to children
In Aleppo, there is the increase use of foreign children as fighters in the ISIL group in Syria, Systematic recruitment of Iraqi children as executional and suicide bombers and the recruitment of girls of sexual assault and other forms of atrocities.
What is the future of children in some countries that ISIL controls? Probably none.
1. Respect for human rights to prevent extreme violence against children need to be taken into serious consideration.
2. Reintegration of children that were formally associated with ISIL.
3. Engagement with children that have been linked previously to ISIL.
4. Empower youth and promote human rights for all.
Daesh does not emerge out of a vacuum. They, including Boko Haram, exist out of wrongful ideology to dehumanise others by promoting violence and continuum of aggression.
The scholarship of Islamic feminism covers all interpretation that see Islam as a source of hope and aims to prevent any counter- human rights. Women need to be supported to prevent violence extremisms and mothers are capable of stopping their children from radicalisation and extremism.
THE IMPACT OF EXTREMISTS ACTIONS OF THE YOUNG BETWEEN THE AGE OF TEN TO EIGHTEEN
Migration is a natural phenomenon that is identified with humanity.
— Some people who do not wish to leave their countrified are forced to moved as result of war, trafficked and displaced from everything that they are attached to.
— Armed conflict is the major cause of forced migration.
— Gang action fuel forced migration
— Forced migration exposes children to sexual exploitation, pornography, pickpocketing, prostitution, etc.
— Forced migration put children in danger in the hands of law enforcement agencies as these children do not have legal papers
— Detention for children put several psychological effects
— Some are repatriated and later abandoned to their faith.
— 26000 child migrants have entered Europe earlier January 2016.
— About 5000 children disappeared from Germany’s asylum centres
— Forced migration is being overlooked and not taken seriously as there is unresponsive attitude from states.
— NGO Committee of Migration
— Root causes of codling situations that are leaving children vulnerable and being exploited by terrorists groups.
— Migrant children are often promised false hope and
— Held the government accountable.
— Under no condition should a child-migrant be detained.
— Recognition of the experiences of the child-migrants and prioritise their issues.
Organisers: Greek Orthodox Archdiocesan Council (GOAC), World Council of Churches, Lutheran Office for World Community.