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UK Parliamentary group issues statement on night arrests

[February 2014] - On 25 February, the Britain-Palestine All Party Parliamentary Group and the Council for Arab-British Understanding issued a joint press statement regarding the recent announcement that Israel will establish a pilot scheme to issue summonses to Palestinian children suspected of crimes, instead of using night time arrests.

Night arrests - Developments assessed

[February 2014] - On 18 February, the Jerusalem Post reported Israel's 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.

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