Protocol II, Chapter I, Article 3:
ARTICLE XXXI: VULNERABLE GROUPS
1. (a) The NTGL shall accord particular attention to the issue of the rehabilitation of vulnerable groups or war victims (children, women, the elderly and the disabled) within Liberia, who have been severely affected by the conflict in Liberia.
(b) With the support of the International Community, the NTGL shall design and implement a program for the rehabilitation of such war victims.
2. (a) The NTGL shall, in addition, accord special attention to the issue of child combatants.
Chapter II: Power Sharing (Signed at Naivasha, Kenya on 26th May, 2004)
22.214.171.124 The Rights of Children
Every child shall have, without any discrimination as to race, colour, sex, language, religion, national or social origin, property or birth, the right to such measures of protection as are required by his/her status as a minor.
7.6.1. Both sides fully agree to special protection of the rights of women and children, to immediately stop all types of violence against women and children, including child labour as well as sexual exploitation and abuse, and not to conscript or use children who are aged 18 or below in the armed force. Children thus affected shall be rescued immediately and appropriate assistance as may be needed shall be provided for their rehabilitation.
Constitution of the Republic of South Africa Act 200 of 1993, Chapter 3, Section 30 Children:
(1) Every child shall have the right:
(a) to a name and nationality as from birth;
(b) to parental care;
(c) to security, basic nutrition and basic health and social services;
(d) not to be subject to neglect or abuse; and
(e) not to be subject to exploitative labor practices nor to be required or permitted to perform work which is hazardous or harmful to his or her education, health or well-being.