Ognuno recita il proprio ruolo, immerso in quella divina sensazione di devozione allo scopo comune: la realizzazione di un'opera d'arte, che anche la bonifica bellica sa idealizzare.


Ognuno recita il proprio ruolo, immerso in quella divina sensazione di devozione allo scopo comune: la realizzazione di un'opera d'arte, che anche la bonifica bellica sa idealizzare.

Syrian children in 2021 | Lost generation, disempowered and robbed of identity

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26/12/2021 Siria

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The United Nations, since the Universal Declaration of Human Rights was issued, has been calling for promoting its most prominent principles of freedom, justice and peace for all mankind, children, women and men. Most countries have joined that declaration, but a few have continued to adhere to its principles. The declaration stipulates the importance of extending particular care to children based on the Geneva Declaration of the Rights of the Child of 1924. The United Nations states that any child, by reason of their physical and mental immaturity, needs special safeguards and care, including appropriate legal protection, before as well as after birth. According to the article-54 Convention on the Rights of the Child, every child is proclaimed to all rights and freedoms without distinction of any kind, such as race, colour, sex, language, religion, political or other opinion, national or social origin, property, birth or other status. However, Syrian children have been deprived of these rights since the outbreak of the Syrian revolution in 2011. The innocent Syrian children who do not understand the meaning of wars and conflicts should have been happily and peacefully living and playing, while schools should have been their first destination, but their tragic conditions of war, destruction, and displacement have spoiled their childhood happiness and replaced it with sorrow, despair and horror. The Convention on the Rights of the Child in article 1 define a child means every human being below the age of eighteen years. Optional Protocol on the Involvement of Children in Armed Conflict demands in article 7 parties shall cooperate in the implementation of the present Protocol, including in the prevention of any activity contrary thereto and in the rehabilitation and social reintegration of persons who are victims of acts contrary thereto, including through technical cooperation and financial assistance. Such assistance and cooperation will be undertaken in consultation with the States Parties concerned and the relevant international organisations. Neither Al-Assad regime forces nor the other military groups, regardless of the areas of control, have adhered to these articles. On the contrary, that ignored its application. Syrian children are young by nature, too young to live in tragedies and tears. However, the difficult Syrian conditions have turned children into adults with a responsibility that exceeds their mental capacity and age, and brought them into the front lines in the face of dangers and miseries. One third of Syrian children bear the greater part of that ongoing tragedy. Many reports have been focusing on the seriousness of the negative effects of the war in Syria on children at all levels. SOHR has documented the death of 359 children under age of eighteen since early 2021. The deaths are categorised as follows:

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