An independent United Nations human rights expert today welcomed a draft law in the Republic of Congo intended to recognize and protect the rights of marginalized indigenous communities in the central African country.
Irrespective of how Thomas Lubanga's trial at the International Criminal Court (ICC) concludes, it has indisputably helped to catapult into the global limelight the phenomenon and plight of child soldiers.
The International Criminal Court (ICC) today suspended proceedings in the case of a Congolese warlord accused of recruiting child soldiers, saying that prosecutors have refused orders to disclose information to his defence.
Kampala — A team of 50 youth from countries in the Great Lakes region have embarked on a campaign to create awareness on the effects of climate change.
Selection of documentaries on key Child Rights issues in Africa from various sources.