Young Soldiers: Why They Choose To Fight Rachel Brett

ISBN: 9789221137184

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192 pages


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Young Soldiers: Why They Choose To Fight  by  Rachel Brett

Young Soldiers: Why They Choose To Fight by Rachel Brett
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- Reflects on the experiences of adolescent volunteers in armed groups through interviews with the young combatants themselves- Challenges the belief that poverty is the main reason young people (aged 15-18) join armed conflicts and explores howMore- Reflects on the experiences of adolescent volunteers in armed groups through interviews with the young combatants themselves- Challenges the belief that poverty is the main reason young people (aged 15-18) join armed conflicts and explores how war, poverty, education, politics, identity, family and friends can all play a role- Examines the issue from an international perspective - interviewing young people from Afghanistan, Colombia, Congo, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Pakistan, Sierra Leone, South Africa, Sri Lanka and the United Kingdom- Offers recommendations for prevention and reintegration



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