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GENL1062 Case Study

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Final case study on child soldiers in sierra leone. Final case study on child soldiers in sierra leone.

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Childhood Human development Child labour Human rights abuses Child abuse Children's rights Human trafficking Ageing Military use of children Child Soldiers International Child soldiers in Sierra Leone Trafficking of children
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Topics this document covers:
Childhood Human development Child labour Human rights abuses Child abuse Children's rights Human trafficking Ageing Military use of children Child Soldiers International Child soldiers in Sierra Leone Trafficking of children
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However, 300, 000 children are estimated to have been recruited as soldiers into government-armed forces, paramilitary groups, and civil militia world-wide. They are abducted, forcefully recruited or choose to enrol, often under intimidation and unaware of the consequences. 1 Nature of Children in Armed Conflict The protection of children from abuse, recruitment and use as soldiers is outlined by the UN Security Council’s Working Group on Children and Armed Conflict under the "Six Grave Violations". It implies the protection of children as "non-derogable, as recruitment and use of child soldiers constitute violations of the Geneva Conventions and their Additional Protocols&q...
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