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[op. 17] Welcomes the progress made in the implementation of the Action Plan to prevent and end the recruitment and use of children by [defense forces of affected country] and the subsequent delisting of [defense forces of affected country] for child recruitment and use, and calls upon [Government of affected country] to urgently ensure the gains of this Action plan are sustained and to take all necessary steps to end and prevent violations and abuses against children, ... [op. 37] Further authorizes [UN Mission] to pursue the following tasks, in a streamlined and sequenced manner, and in support of the strategic priorities identified above: (i) Stabilisation and DDR ... (b) Continue to collaborate with [Government of affected country] in the swift and vigorous implementation of the action plan to prevent and end the recruitment and use of children and sexual violence against children by [affected country’s armed forces], and continue dialogue with all listed parties to obtain further commitments and work towards the development and implementation of action plans to prevent and end violations and abuses against children;

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... requests [UN Mission] to continue to support efforts to strengthen the protection of children affected by armed conflict, including engagement with [Government of affected country] to fully implement the [action plan for the prevention of underage recruitment] and [road map for the implementation of the action plan], ...;

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Welcoming the signing of an action plan to end and prevent recruitment and use of children and sexual violence against children by [armed group] and the United Nations in [month/ year], and calling for its full and immediate implementation, and encouraging the immediate development and implementation of an action plan by [other armed groups] and the United Nations to prevent the unlawful recruitment and use of children and sexual violence against children,]

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[op. 11] Welcomes the progress made to date by [Government of affected country] on ending the recruitment and use of children in armed conflict, urges [Government of affected country] to continue the full implementation and dissemination throughout the military chain of command, including in remote areas, of its commitments made in the action plan signed with the United Nations, and for the protection of girls and boys from sexual violence ...

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Welcoming the progress achieved by [Government of affected country], including [dedicated institution], to cooperate with the Special Representative of the Secretary-General for Children and Armed Conflict, the Special Representative of the Secretary-General on Sexual Violence in Conflict, and [UN Mission], to implement the action plans to prevent and end the recruitment and use of children and sexual violence by [defense forces of affected country], and to combat impunity for sexual violence in conflict, including sexual violence committed by [defense forces of affected country],

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Demands that the parties to the conflict immediately cease all violations and abuses against children, and develop and implement concrete and time -bound action plans to end and prevent the recruitment and use of children in violation of applicable international law; welcomes the Government’s adoption of an Action Plan for the Protection of Children from Violations in Armed Conflict and urges the Government to implement this Action Plan in full; and requests the Secretary-General to ensure: (a) continued monitoring and reporting of the situation of children in [region of affected country]; and (b) continued dialogue with the parties to the conflict towards the development and implementation of the aforementioned action plans, in accordance with resolution 1612 (2005) and subsequent resolutions on children and armed conflict;

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... strongly urges the Government to fully and immediately implement its revised action plan to end and prevent violations committed against children, and further strongly urges [armed groups] to fully and immediately implement their commitment to end violations and abuses against children signed on [date] ...

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... strongly urges the Government to fully and immediately implement its revised action plan to end and prevent the recruitment and use of children, as recommitted to on [date], and its military order of [date] prohibiting [national army] to attack, occupy or use for any purposes schools, school buildings or property, takes note of the [date] national launch of the campaign “Children, Not Soldiers” by the Government, and further strongly urges the opposition forces to fully and immediately implement their commitment to end grave violations against children signed on [date]

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Calls upon all parties to armed conflict in [affected country], including [armed group] and [armed group] elements, to issue clear orders prohibiting all violations and abuses committed against children, in violation of applicable international law, including those involving their recruitment and use, rape and sexual violence, killing and maiming, abductions and attacks on schools and hospitals and further calls upon [national authorities] to make and implement specific commitments on timely investigation of alleged violations and abuses in order to hold perpetrators accountable and to ensure that those responsible for such violations and abuses are excluded from the security sector

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... stresses the importance of implementing Security Council resolution 1612 (2005) on children and armed conflict and subsequent resolutions, supports the decree by the Minister of the Interior reaffirming the ... Government’s commitment to preventing violations of the rights of the child dated [date], welcomes the progress made on the implementation of the Action Plan, and its annex, on children associated with the [national army], signed in [month / year], in particular the establishment of the [national] Inter-Ministerial Steering Committee on Children and Armed Conflict, the appointment of a focal point on child protection, and the endorsement by the ... Government [of affected country] of a roadmap to accelerate compliance with the Action Plan, calls for the full implementation of the provisions of the plan, in close cooperation with [UN Mission], and requests the Secretary-General to continue to give priority to the child protection activities and capacity of [UN Mission] and continue to include in his future reports the matter of children and armed conflict in the country in line with the relevant Security Council resolutions

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Expresses its concern that children continue to be recruited and used in violation of applicable international law by armed groups, and the [national] Government forces, and calls for continued national efforts to end and prevent the recruitment and use of children, including through the signing and implementation by the [national] Government of the action plan to halt and prevent the recruitment and use of children in the government forces of [affected country], in line with the Security Council resolutions 1612 (2005), 1882 (2009) and 1998 (2011), and urges armed groups to allow the United Nations personnel safe and unhindered access to territories under their control for monitoring and reporting purposes

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Welcomes the [date] signing of an action plan by the [National] authorities and the United Nations to eliminate the killing and maiming of children, noting that this is the first such action plan to be signed, and calls upon the [National] authorities to vigorously implement both this action plan and the [date] action plan on the recruitment and use of child soldiers ...

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Recalls the conclusions endorsed by the Security Council Working Group on Children and Armed Conflict in [the affected country] ..., calls on all parties to end grave violations and abuses committed against children in [the affected country], urges the ... Government to develop and implement a concrete time-bound action plan to halt the recruitment and use of children, requests the Secretary-General to continue his dialogue with the ... Government in this regard, and reiterates its request to the Secretary-General to strengthen the child protection component of [the Mission] and to ensure continued monitoring and reporting of the situation of children in [the affected country];

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While noting that some parties to armed conflict have responded to its call upon them to prepare and implement concrete time-bound action plans to halt recruitment and use of children in violation of applicable international law; (a) Reiterates its call on parties to armed conflict listed in the annexes of the Secretary-General’s report on children and armed conflict that have not already done so to prepare and implement, without further delay, action plans to halt recruitment and use of children and killing and maiming of children, in violation of applicable international law, as well as rape and other sexual violence against children; (b) Calls upon those parties that have existing action plans and have since been listed for multiple violations to prepare and implement separate action plans, as appropriate, to halt the killing and maiming of children, recurrent attacks on schools and/or hospitals, recurrent attacks or threats of attacks against protected persons in relation to schools and/or hospitals, in violation of applicable international law, as well as rape and other sexual violence against children; (c) Calls upon those parties listed in the annexes of the Secretary-General’s report on children and armed conflict that commit, in contravention of applicable international law, recurrent attacks on schools and/or hospitals, recurrent attacks or threats of attacks against protected persons in relation to schools and/or hospitals, in situations of armed conflict, to prepare without delay, concrete time-bound action plans to halt those violations and abuses; (d) Further calls upon all parties listed in the annexes of the Secretary-General’s report on children and armed conflict, to address all other violations and abuses committed against children and undertake specific commitments and measures in this regard.

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Calls upon the Government of the [affected country] and the [armed forces] to renew the action plan (signed between the UN and the armed forces ...) to end the recruitment and use of child soldiers that expired in [date], and requests [the mission] to advise and assist the Government of the [affected country] in this regard; further requests the Secretary-General to strengthen child protection in UN system activities in the [affected country] and ensure continued monitoring and reporting of the situation of children.

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