Is it Counterproductive to Enlist Minors into the Army?

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December 2016 - The article explains that the UK’s low enlistment age is counterproductive internationally, as it implies to other countries that it is acceptable to use children under the age of 18 to staff national armed forces. Read more

Myanmar briefing: Ongoing Underage Recruitment and Use by the Myanmar Military and Non-State Armed G

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March 2016 - Myanmar’s November 2015 Parliamentary election resulted in a sweeping victory for the National League of Democracy (NLD), generating hopes that the new NLD-led government will bring about a demonstrable improvement in the country’s human rights situation. Read more

Afghanistan briefing: Ongoing Recruitment and Use of Children

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March 2016 - The Afghan National Police (ANP) including the Afghan Local Police (ALP) and three armed groups including Taliban forces are listed as persistent perpetrators in the 2015 Annual Report of the UN Secretary-General to the Security Council on children and armed conflict for the recruitment and use of children. Read more

Under the radar: Ongoing recruitment and use of children by the Myanmar army

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January 2015 - The widespread recruitment and use of children by state armed forces and armed groups in Myanmar has been documented by the UN and human rights organisations for over a decade. Read more

Southern Thailand: Ongoing recruitment and use of children by armed groups

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January 2015 - Children as young as 14 have been recruited and used by the Barisan Revolusi Nasional Melayu Patani (BRN) and other armed groups operating in southern Thailand, research by Child Soldiers International and the Cross Cultural Foundation shows Read more

Children and youth affected by armed conflict

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October 2013 - Speech: Can rehabilitation and reintegration programs contribute to preventing the recruitmnent and use of children in conflict? Read more

Global Report 2008

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May 2008 - Information on the involvement of children in armed conflict in 196 countries and situations worldwide. Read more

Global Report 2004

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May 2004 - Information on the involvement of children in armed conflict in 196 countries and situations worldwide. Read more

Global Report 2001

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May 2001 - Information on the involvement of children in armed conflict in 196 countries and situations worldwide. Read more