By Jane Werner with illustrations by Sally Augustiny Watson
ABC is for Christmas
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Although not legally binding on UN member states, these guidelines represent the general consensus of the international community on the proper treatment of persons deprived of their liberty, including children. Palestinian children are entitled to special consideration as ‘protected persons’, defined in the Fourth Geneva Convention of 1949, and as ‘children’. As international human rights and humanitarian law have evolved, provisions designed to protect civilians, detainees and children have become increasingly specific.
The prohibition on torture is an important example. Enforcement – The extent to which treaties are enforced varies. Ideally, since a State is legally bound to uphold the treaties it has signed, its national legislation will comply with the treaty provisions, and the State’s domestic legal system will provide a means of enforcement. When there is no domestic means of enforcement, or when the domestic system fails to ensure compliance, there are enforcement mechanisms within the UN system. However, to make this work, political will is necessary.
When I get to the court I have to wait for soldiers to stand with me while the file is photocopied. Often I might wait an hour or two until soldiers make themselves free for this. I have to pay a few cents for every page and so have to be sure I have small change with me. My file photocopying days are difficult and I dread them. After I have photocopied the files I then have to get them translated and typed up as they are handwritten in Hebrew. We can’t afford to pay the fees of a legal translator so the quality of the translation is often poor.