The Guidelines describe the purpose of the MRM; leadership, roles and responsibilities; architecture and information flow; reporting requirements; and highlights the critical linkage to response programming and advocacy. Essential reading for co-chairs and members of the Country Task Force.
The Field Manual is a comprehensive resource for practitioners responsible for implementing the MRM. It covers in detail the technical aspects of implementing the MRM in practice; and complements the MRM Guidelines.
This Training Toolkit provides standardised materials for training field staff and coordinators to implement the MRM. It aims to provide staff from human rights and humanitarian agencies with the knowledge and skills required to monitor, report and respond to grave violations against children.
The MRM Good Practice study documents innovative good practices that have been developed at field level, in order to yield real results for children. It should be read in conjunction with the MRM Guidelines and Field Manual.
Official documents of the Office of the Special Representative of the Secretary-General for Children and Armed Conflict