Case Studies and Success Stories

Stolen Futures – The reintegration of children affected by armed conflict

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Publication year:

2007

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English

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Format:

pdf. (208.4 KiB)

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Publisher:

Save the Children UK

Submission to the ten-year review of the 1996 Machel study on the impact of armed conflict on children. The report pulls together the key findings and conclusions from a variety of situations in which children have been associated with armed forces and groups and have then been released and reintegrated into their families or communities. The research addresses children who have been through formal disarmament, demobilisation and reintegration (DDR) programmes as well as those who have gone directly into their or another community.

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Format

pdf.

Rights

© Author/Publisher

Keywords

Child soldiers

Children and armed conflict

Community-based activities

Disarmament, demobilisation, and reintegration (DDR)

Discrimination

Education

Gender

International law

Landmines

Machel Graça Study

Poverty

Sexual exploitation

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