|UK lawyers' report: one year on|
[June 2013] - In 2012 a delegation of senior lawyers from the UK published a report reviewing the law and practice applicable to children prosecuted in the Israeli military court system. The Foreign Office funded report – Children in Military Custody – found undisputed evidence that the system violated international law in a number of respects.
|New procedure for complaints against ISA interrogators|
[11 June 2013] - The Israeli Ministry of Justice has announced that complaints made against Israeli Security Agency interrogators will no longer be conducted by a serving ISA employee. Since 2001, there have been 750 complaints without a single criminal investigation.
|US State Department Annual Global Report 2012|
[30 April 2013] - In April the US State Department released its annual global report on human rights for 2012. The report includes a section on Israel/Palestine and an examination of the treatment of minors detained by the Israeli military and prosecuted in military courts.
|Military Order 1711|
[1 April 2013] - Military Order 1711 came into effect on 1 April 2013. The order reduces the time period in which a child must be brought before a military judge following arrest. Children aged 12 and 13 must now be brought before a judge within 24 hours of arrest, and 48 hours for older children.