Protecting civilians in armed conflict

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  • India - Zomi Re-Unification Organization - Protecting children in armed conflict
  • March 2016 - Deeds of Commitment
    The Zomi Re-Unification Organization signed Geneva Call's Deed of Commitment on the protection of children in armed conflict on 2nd March 2016.  
  • India - National Socialist Council of Nagalim (NSCN) - Prohibiting sexual violence and gender discrimination
  • July 2015 - Deeds of Commitment
    The National Socialist Council of Nagalim (NSCN) from India signed Geneva Call's Deed of Commitment prohibiting sexual violence and against gender discrimination on 1 July 2015.
  • India – Kuki National Organization – Prohibiting sexual violence and gender discrimination
  • June 2015 - Deeds of Commitment
    The Kuki National Organization (KNO) from India signed Geneva Call's Deed of Commitment prohibiting sexual violence and against gender discrimination on 22 March 2015.
  • India - Kuki National Organization - Protecting children in armed conflict
  • June 2015 - Deeds of Commitment
    The Kuki National Organization (KNO) from India signed Geneva Call's Deed of Commitment protecting children in armed conflict on 22 March 2015.
  • AR 2014
  • Annual Report 2014
  • May 2015 - Annual reports
    This report provides a summary of all Geneva Call's activities between January and December 2014.
  • India - Kuki National Front - Prohibiting sexual violence and gender discrimination
  • November 2014 - Deeds of Commitment
    The Kuki National Front (KNF) from India signed Geneva Call's Deed of Commitment prohibiting sexual violence and against gender discrimination on 17 November 2014.
  • India – NSCN-KK – Prohibiting sexual violence and gender discrimination
  • September 2014 - Deeds of Commitment
    The National Socialist Council of Nagaland - Khole-Kitovi (NSCN-KK) signed Geneva Call's Deed of Commitment prohibiting sexual violence and against gender discrimination on 10 July 2014.
  • India – NSCN-KK – Banning AP mines
  • September 2014 - Deeds of Commitment
    The National Socialist Council of Nagaland - Khole-Kitovi (NSCN-KK) signed Geneva Call's Deed of Commitment banning AP mines on 10 July 2014.
  • India – NSCN-KK – Protecting children in armed conflict
  • September 2014 - Deeds of Commitment
    The National Socialist Council of Nagaland - Khole-Kitovi (NSCN-KK) signed Geneva Call's Deed of Commitment protecting children in armed conflict on 10 July 2014.  
  • AR
  • Annual Report 2013
  • June 2014 - Annual reports
    This report provides a summary of all Geneva Call's activities between January and December 2013.
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  • Annual Report 2012
  • June 2013 - Annual reports
    This report provides a summary of all Geneva Call’s activities between January and December 2012.
  • ZRO
  • India - ZRO - Prohibiting sexual violence and gender discrimination
  • May 2013 - Deeds of Commitment
    The Zomi Re-unification Organisation (ZRO) from India signed Geneva Call's Deed of Commitment  prohibiting sexual violence and gender discrimination on 15 May 2013.
  • India - ZRO - Banning anti-personnel mines
  • February 2009 - Deeds of Commitment
    The Zomi Re-unification Organisation (ZRO) from India signed Geneva Call's Deed of Commitment banning anti-personnel mines on 20 February 2009.
  • India - KNO - Banning anti-personnel mines
  • August 2006 - Deeds of Commitment
    The Kuki National Organisation (KNO) from India signed Geneva Call's Deed of Commitment banning anti-personnel mines on 9 August 2006.
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  • India - NSCN-IM - Banning anti-personnel mines
  • October 2003 - Deeds of Commitment
    The National Socialist Council of Nagalim – Isac/Muivah faction (NSCN-IM) from India signed Geneva Call's Deed of Commitment banning anti-personnel mines on 17 October 2003.
  • Philippines - MILF - Banning anti-personnel mines
  • April 2002 - Deeds of Commitment
    The Moro Islamic Liberation Front (MILF) from Philippines signed Geneva Call's Deed of Commitment banning anti-personnel mines on 7 April 2002.
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