(HRW) – United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon should apply consistent standards when deciding which countries and armed groups to list in his annual report on grave violations against children in conflict, Human Rights Watch said today. The report to the Security Council, expected in mid-June 2015, lists parties to armed conflicts that have committed serious violations of international humanitarian law against children. The violations include unlawful killing and maiming, attacks on schools and hospitals, sexual violence, and recruiting children as soldiers. Ban should list all countries and armed groups that have repeatedly committed these violations, and resist reported pressure from Israel and the United States to remove Israel from the draft list.