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Signing of Protocols to Rights of the Child Convention

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  10 March 2017

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1 See UN Convention on the Rights of the Child, Nov. 20, 1989, 1577 UNTS 3.

2 See UN Doc. A/RES/54/263 (May 25, 2000).

3 The United States enlists about 50, 000 17-year-old children each year, but few of them, prior to turning 18, undergo sufficient training to qualify for combat duty. See Lynch, Colum, President Signs U.N. Pacts for Children, Wash. Post, July 6, 2000, at A15 Google Scholar.

4 White House Press Release on Remarks by the President at UN on Protocols to be Signed (July 5, 2000), available in 2000 WL 890152, at *3.

5 See White House Press Release on Message from the President to the Senate on Children’s Rights (July 25, 2000), available in 2000 WL 1120135.

6 SC Res. 1314, ¶4 (Aug. 11, 2000); see also Dennis, Michael J., Newly Adopted Protocols to the Convention on the Rights of the Child, 94 AJIL 789 (2000)CrossRefGoogle Scholar.

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