Safe Schools Declaration and Guidelines on Military Use

In December 2014, the final Guidelines for Protecting Schools and Universities from Military Use during Armed Conflict were unveiled at a meeting hosted by the Missions of Norway and Argentina at the UN in Geneva. Throughout the first half of 2015, Norway and Argentina led consultations to develop the Safe Schools Declaration, through which states express political support and commitment to protect education in armed conflict, including by endorsing and committing to implement the Guidelines. The Safe Schools Declaration was opened for endorsement at an international conference in Oslo on May 29, 2015. See the list of endorsing states.

Guidelines for Protecting Schools and Universities from Military Use during Armed Conflict
GCPEA, 2014

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Safe Schools Declaration
GCPEA, 2015

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