|UN Secretary-General's Report on Children in Armed Conflict|
[18 July 2022] - In July 2022, the UN released the Annual Report of the Secretary-General on Children in Armed Conflict. The report includes trends regarding the impact of armed conflict on children in 2021. In relation to children in Israeli military detention, the UN notes that 85 percent report ill-treatment and breaches of due process.
|UK lawyers' report - 10th anniversary|
[15 June 2022] – This month marks 10 years since a delegation of UK lawyers reviewed the treatment of Palestinian children under Israeli military law and published their findings and recommendations. The report found undisputed evidence of breaches of the Fourth Geneva Convention and UN Convention on the Rights of the Child.
|US State Department Human Rights Report (2021)|
[26 April 2022] - On 12 April 2022, the US State Department published its annual country report on human rights for 2021. As in previous years the Report highlights human rights violations by multiple actors in the region and considers the treatment of children held in Israeli military detention.
|The UNICEF Report - 9 years on|
[31 March 2022] – In 2013 UNICEF published the report - Children in Israeli Military Detention – following a review of Israel's military detention system including over 400 affidavits. UNICEF concluded that ill-treatment within the system appears to be "widespread, systematic and institutionalised."