Young age at Army enlistment is associated with greater war zone risks

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August 2013 - When enlisting into the British Army, minors (aged 16 or 17) are more likely than adults to join the combat Infantry, which has suffered a higher rate of fatality in Afghanistan than has the rest of the Army. Read more

Briefing on the status of implementation of the June 2011 Action Plan

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May 2013 - On children associated with armed forces and groups in Chad Read more

The psychosocial aspects of children exposed to war: practice and policy initiatives

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March 2005 - Authors: Barenbaum, J., Ruchkin, V., Schwab-Stone, M.- The atrocities of war have detrimental effects on the development and mental health of children that have been documented since World War II. Read more

Guinea - Alternative Report to the Committee on the Rights of the Child 2018

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May 2018 - Alternative NGO Report to the UN Committee on the Right of the Child on Guinea Read more

Submission to the UN Universal Periodic Review on Chad

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March 2013 - This report is Child Soldiers International’s individual, written submission to the 2013 Universal Periodic Review on Chad. Read more

Pathways to embodied empathy and reconciliation after atrocity

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April 2007 - Author: David Alan Harris - Former boy soldiers in a dance/movement therapy group in Sierra Leone Read more

Child Soldiers International briefing to the APPG on Afghanistan

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September 2015 - A briefing delivered by Child Soldiers International's Policy and Advocacy Director to the UK All Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) on Afghanistan in September 2015. Read more

The Psychosical care of demobilized child soldiers in Columbia

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March 2005 - Author: Fernando Jiovani Arias Morales - Conceptual and Methodological aspects Read more

Children and war: the work of the Children and War Foundation

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October 2013 - Authors: Yule, W., Dyregrov, A., Raundalen, M. & Smith, P. - A review of the work of the Children and War Foundation, an international research and training organization set up in 2001 to develop effective, evidence-based interventions for psychologically distressed children in the aftermath of war or natural disasters. Read more

Chance for Change - Ending the recruitment and use of child soldiers in Myanmar

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January 2013 - This report shows that despite nearly a decade of international engagement and the June 2012 signing of a Joint Action Plan to end the recruitment and use of children between the Myanmar government and the UN, children continue to be recruited and used as soldiers by theTatmadaw Kyi (Myanmar army) and the Border Guard Forces (BGFs) in the country. Read more