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Declaración sobre el Derecho Internacional Humanitario

Year:1995 Type of document:Unilateral Declarations and Statements ANSA:Ejército de Liberación Nacional (ELN) Country / Territory:Colombia PDF:Spanish

List of Core Principles of PULO's Engagement Rules on the Ground and Activities in Searching for Sustainable Peace in Patani Darussalam

Year:2012 Type of document:Internal Rules and Regulations ANSA:Patani United Liberation Organisation/ Pertubuhan Pembebasan Patani Bersatu (PULO) Country / Territory:Thailand PDF:English

Lomé Peace Accord

Year:1999 Type of document:Agreements ANSA:Revolutionary United Front (RUF) Country / Territory:Sierra Leone PDF:English

Comment: In the Preamble the parties commit towards the respect of IHL and Human Rights as well as the protection of children. In Part Four, Article XV the parties agree to guarantee the safety of peace monitors and in Article XIX they agree to furnish to the JMC information regarding the positions and descriptions of "all known unexploded bombs (UXBs), explosive ordnance devices (EODs), minefields, booby traps, wire entanglements, and all other physical or military hazards". See especially Part Five "Humanitarian, Human Rights and Socio-Economic Issues" including articles on the release of prisoners, on displaced persons, the guarantee of Human Rights, humanitarian assistance, women etc.

The following documents are attached as annexes to the peace agreement: Agreement on Ceasefire in Sierra Leone; Statement by the Government of Sierra Leone and the RUF of Sierra Leone on the Release of Prisoners of War and Non-Combatants; Statement by the Government of Sierra Leone and the RUF of Sierra Leone on th Delivery of Humanitarian Assistance in Sierra Leone.

Accord d'Arusha pour la Paix et la Reconciliation au Burundi

Year:2000 Type of document:Agreements ANSA:Front pour la Libération Nationale (FROLINA), Conseil National pour la Défense de la Démocratie - Forces de Défense de la Démocratie (CNDD-FDD), Parti pour la Libération du Peuple Hutu - Forces Nationales de Libération (PALIPEHUTU-FLN) Country / Territory:Burundi PDF:French, English

Comment: Notably Protocol II "Democracy and Good Governance", Article 1 - 3 concerning Human Rights and fundamental guarantees; Protocol III "Peace and Security for All", Chapter III "Permanent Ceasefire and Cessation oh Hostilities" prohibits all acts of violence against the civilian population; Protocol IV "Reconstruction and Development", Chapter I "Rehabilitation and Resettlement of Refugees and Sinistres".

The Nuba Mountains Cease Fire Agreement

Year:2002 Type of document:Agreements ANSA:Sudan People’s Liberation Movement/Sudan People’s Liberation Army (SPLM/SPLA) Country / Territory:Sudan, South Sudan PDF:English

Comment: Especially Article II "Principles of the Cease-Fire" which guarantees the freedom of movement of civilians and goods, including humanitarian assistance. Furthermore, it prohibits the laying of mines, sabotage as well as all violence against civilians. See also Article III "Principle of the Agreement" which prohibits the laying of mines. The parties commit to mark and map danger areas and to facilitate the removal of mines. Furthermore, the parties agree to facilitate humanitarian assistance to displaced and affected persons.

Implementing Guidelines on the Humanitarian Rehabilitation and Development Aspects of the GRP-MILF Tripoli Agreement on Peace of 2001

Year:2002 Type of document:Agreements ANSA:Moro Islamic Liberation Front/Bangsamoro Islamic Armed Forces (MILF/BIAF) Country / Territory:Philippines PDF:English

Comment: In Article IV the parties commit their respect of Human Rights and IHL. For provisions concerning the return, relief and rehabilitation of displaced people see Article V "Implementation of Projects".

Agreement on Peace between the Government of the Republic of the Philippines and the Moro Islamic Liberation Front

Year:2001 Type of document:Agreements ANSA:Moro Islamic Liberation Front/Bangsamoro Islamic Armed Forces (MILF/BIAF) Country / Territory:Philippines PDF:English

Comment: Notably Section B "Rehabilitation Aspect", Paragraph 1 on the observance of IHL, the respect for Human Rights and the protection of displaced persons.

Arusha Peace Accords

Year:1993 Type of document:Agreements ANSA:Front Patriotique Rwandais (FPR) Country / Territory:Rwanda PDF:English

Comment: The following documents are an integral part of the peace agreement and are attached as annexes: N'sele Ceasefire Agreement of 1991, The Protocol of Agreement on the Rule of Law of 1992, The Protocols of Agreement on Power-Sharing within the Framework of a Broad-Based Transitional Government of 1993, The Protocol of Agreement on the Repatriation of Rwandan Refugees and the Resettlement of Displaced Persons of 1993, The Protocol Agreement on the Integration of Armed Forces of the two parties of 1993, The Protocol Agreement on Miscellaneous Issues and Final Provisions of 1993.

Agreement between the President of the Republic of Tajikistan, E. S. Rakhmonov, and the leader of the United Tajik Opposition, S. A. Nuri, on the Results of the Meeting held in Moscow

Year:1996 Type of document:Agreements ANSA:United Tajik Opposition (UTO) Country / Territory:Tajikistan PDF:English

Comment: The parties agreed to conduct an exchange of prisoners of war and other prisoners.

Annexed to this agreement is the "Protocol on the Main Functions and Powers of the Commission on National Reconciliation".

Ceasefire Agreement between the Government of Sierra Leone and RUF

Year:2000 Type of document:Agreements ANSA:Revolutionary United Front (RUF) Country / Territory:Sierra Leone PDF:English

Comment: In Paragraph 5 the parties agree to ensure free movement of persons and goods, as well as unimpeded movement of humanitarian agencies and of displaced persons. Paragraph 9 enumerates prohibited acts of violence such as laying of mines, harassment, hostage taking etc.

Comprehensive Agreement on Respect for Human Rights and International Humanitarian Law in the Philippines between the Government of the Republic of the Philippines and the National Democratic Front of the Philippines

Year:1998 Type of document:Agreements ANSA:National Democratic Front of the Philippines (NDFP) Country / Territory:Philippines PDF:English

Agreement on the General Framework for the Resumption of Peace Talks between the Government of the Republic of the Philippines and the Moro Islamic Liberation Front

Year:2001 Type of document:Agreements ANSA:Moro Islamic Liberation Front/Bangsamoro Islamic Armed Forces (MILF/BIAF) Country / Territory:Philippines PDF:English

Comment: In Article VI the parties agree "to undertake relief and rehabilitation mesures for evacuees (...)".

Ouagadougou Accord

Year:1994 Type of document:Agreements ANSA:Coordination de la Résistance Armée (CAR) Country / Territory:Niger PDF:English

Comment: See clause 10 on the repatriation of refugees and clause 13 on the liberation of abducted persons, PoWs and detainees.

Pacte National conclu entre le Gouvernement de la République du Mali et les Mouvements et Fronts Unifiés de l'Azawad consacrant le Statut Particuler du Nord du Mali

Year:1995 Type of document:Agreements ANSA:Movements et Fronts Unifiés de l'Azawad (MFUA) Country / Territory:Mali PDF:French

Acte d'Engagement II

Year:2008 Type of document:Agreements ANSA:Congrès National pour la Défense du Peuple (CNDP), Patriotes Résistants Congolais - Forces d'Autodéfense Populaire (PARECO-FAP), Maï Maï Kasindien, Maï Maï Kifuafua, Maï-Maï Vurondo, Maï Maï Mongol, Maï Maï Rwenzori, Simba Maï-Maï, Union des Jeunes Patriotes Sacrifiés (UJPS) Country / Territory:Congo, the Democratic Republic of the PDF:French

Comment: Notably Article III "Des Principes Humanitaires et du Respect des Droits de l'Homme".

Lusaka Ceasefire Agreement

Year:1999 Type of document:Agreements ANSA:Mouvement de Libération du Congo (MLC), Rassemblement Congolais pour la Democratie (RCD) Country / Territory:Congo, the Democratic Republic of the PDF:English

Comment: In the Preamble the parties express their determination to ensure the respect to the Geneva Conventions of 1949 and the Additional protocols of 1977. Article I "Ceasefire" § 3 c) prohibits all acts of violence against the civilian population including recruitment and use of child soldiers as well as sexual violence. In Article 3 "Principles of the Agreement" the parties agree to guarantee the freedom of movement, to release persons detained or taken hostage, to exchange PoWs, to facilitate humanitarian assistance. Under Article 3 the laying of mines is prohibited.

General Peace Agreement for Mozambique

Year:1992 Type of document:Agreements ANSA:Resistëncia Nacional Moçambicana (RENAMO) Country / Territory:Mozambique PDF:Unknown

Comment: General Peace Agreement for Mozambique, along with seven Protocols and four related documents.

See especially:

Protocol III "Principles of the Electoral Act", Part III "Liberty of movement and freedom of residence" and Part IV "Return of Mozambican refugees and displaced persons and their social integration".

Protocol VI "Ceasefire", Part I "Cessation of armed conflict", Article 5: the parties agree not to lay mines or prevent mine-clearing operation, not to commit acts of violence against the civilian population as well as to restrict or prevent the freedom of movement.

Protocol VI "Ceasefire", Part III "Release of prisoners, except for those being held for ordinary crimes".

12 Point of Understanding

Year:2005 Type of document:Agreements ANSA:Communist Party of Nepal (Maoist) (CPN (M)) Country / Territory:Nepal PDF:Unknown

Comment: In point 8 the parties commit their respect towards Human Rights.

Eastern Sudan Peace Agreement

Year:2006 Type of document:Agreements ANSA:Eastern Sudan Front (ESF) Country / Territory:Sudan PDF:English

Comment: In Chapter One "Political Issues", Article 6 "Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms" the parties commit to respect Human Rights. In Chapter Two "Economic, Social and Cultural Issues", Article 22 "Strategic Objectives" the parties fixe as fundamental objectives of the development in Eastern Sudan the return and rehabilitation of displaced persons as well as the guarantee that all the development programs address specific needs of women. In Chapter Three "Comprehensive Ceasefire and Final Security Arrangements", Article 25 "General Principles", § 86 the parties reaffirm their respect for Human Rights. In Article 25 "Comprehensive Ceasefire Agreement", § 91 (b) the parties agree to protect civilians from acts of violence. Several times the parties affirm that special measures shall be taken to ensure women's participation.

Agreement Establishing Permanent Peace between the Government of the Republic of Niger and the Organisation of the Armed Resistance

Year:1995 Type of document:Agreements ANSA:Organisation de la Résistance Armée (ORA) Country / Territory:Niger PDF:English

Comment: In the Preamble the parties reaffirm their respect to Human Rights. For provisions on displaced persons see clause 19 and 20.