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Bina D’Costa, ‘Of Responsibilities, Protection, and Rights: Children’s Lives in Conflict Zones’, Global Responsibility to Protect, 10(1-2) 2018: 261-77.
The endorsement of R2P by the UNGA and the UNSC does not give the doctrine legal status, however, such broad acceptance in the international community gives the concept some normative force. Although the UNGA formulation of R2P can be considered to be the most authoritative, as demonstrated by the articles in this special issue, the doctrine could be further advanced in relation to children in conflict zones. This article provides some reflections about recent UNICEF emergency response experiences in dealing with the Rohingya displacement in Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh.