|Night arrests - Developments assessed|
[February 2014] - On 18 February, the Jerusalem Post reported Israelís chief military prosecutor for the West Bank, says he will soon publicly unveil a new pilot programme in which Israel will issue written summonses to Palestinian children wanted for questioning instead of arresting them at night.
|Child detention raised in Dutch Parliament|
[February 2014] - On 12 February, the Standing Parliamentary Committee on Foreign Affairs in the Dutch Parliament held a wide ranging debate on relations with Israel and Palestine. During the debate the issue of the treatment of Palestinian children held in Israeli military detention was raised.
|Israeli group challenges lack of accountability|
[February 2014] - On 16 February, the Public Committee against Torture in Israel (PCATI) issued a statement highlighting the failure by the relevant authorities to investigate credible allegations of torture allegedly committed during interrogations conducted by the Israeli Security Agency (ISA).
|OECD complaint lodged against G4S in Denmark|
[January 2014] - On 6 December 2013, a member of the Danish Parliament submitted a complaint against the multi-national security company G4S under the OECD Guidelines for Multinational Enterprises (Guidelines). The complaint against the UK/Danish security company arises out of its business activities in Israel and Palestine.
|UK lawyers' report - 18 months on|
[December 2013] - On 26 June 2012, a delegation of UK lawyers published the report Ė Children in Military Custody. The Foreign Office funded report reviewed how children are treated in Israelís military court system taking into account both the legal framework and practice.