Protection of Children During Armed Political Conflict: A Multidisciplinary Perspective

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Intersentia nv, 2006 - Law - 486 pages
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This volume attempts to examine the issue of prevention of violence to children in violent political conflicts from a multidisciplinary perspective that includes international law, developmental psychology, education, communications and police science. While this volume concentrates mainly on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, it also presents the experience of others in different parts of the world who have coped successfully with prevention of violence to civilian populations, and particularly to children. The editors aim to engage military and police communities world-wide, and especially in our society, Israel, in a dialogue concerning the most effective ways to abide by international conventions of human rights and childrens rights to which Israeli society is committed. The volume reports on practical methods to save the lives of civilians and children in political conflicts that have been tried and which serve to protect children.
 

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Philip Veerman holds degrees in psychology, education, social work and human rights. He is an expert in forensic psychology, children's rights, child protection, history of education, international human rights, and international cooperation. He wrote a doctoral dissertation in the field on the rights of the child. He has been in charge of the work of the postmaster in mental health care psychology (training psychologists within the work setting) at Bouman mental health services in Rotterdam, the Netherlands. Now he is the project leader of a project on interagency cooperation in order to fight child trafficking better. And for the Dutch courts he is an independent expert (adults- criminal law - psychology). In addition he did research and advocacy work (among others on the issue of child-soldiers). He has been setting up many new and innovative organizations in child welfare and children's rights in different cultural settings. He started projects in the Netherlands, the Middle East, Africa and Asia.

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