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At a glance: San Marino


Five more nations sign international accord to stop children from being forced into conflict
NEW YORK, USA, 27 September 2011 - Five more nations have officially committed to ending the phenomena of children in armed conflict by signing the Paris Commitments. The inclusion of Angola, Armenia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Costa Rica and San Marino means that 100 nations have now pledged to do everything they can to protect children from being forced into conflict.

Azerbaijan, Kenyan and Honduran children's groups honoured for their leadership
NEW YORK, 26 February 2010 – Three children's groups from Azerbaijan, Honduras and Kenya have been recognized for their outstanding work in promoting children's rights.

Third Annual San Marino-UNICEF Awards honour children’s advocacy groups
NEW YORK, USA, 9 February, 2009 – The Alexander Bodini Charitable Foundation paid tribute last Friday to three child-based organizations for their work in advocating for children’s rights and to UNICEF for its humanitarian initiatives on behalf of children.

Republic of San Marino honours UNICEF and Belizean children’s group
NEW YORK, USA, 2 February 2007 – The Republic of San Marino last night honoured UNICEF for being a leading advocate for children over the past 60 years.




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