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Children In Sudan: By Jamera Rone

Another book on children’s welfare was written on the topic of children’s welfare in Sudan. It is about those children’s who are living at the streets and are the slaves and those children who are recruited in the armed forces of the country. In Sudan due to many reasons the children’s recruitment in the armed forces is a very common thing. These children are directly involved in the conflicts and they have no right to go back to homes. They are the direct participants in the war, and other internal fights of the country. The writer describes that after the several conventions of children’s welfare and many more practices, there has been no such responses given by the government of these countries. The peoples of these countries are so poor and they have no other ways except to join the forces, in order to fulfill their needs and the security because of lawlessness in the countries like the countries of Africa. Read more on Children In Sudan: By Jamera Rone…

My Gun Is As Tall As Me: Children Soldiers In Burma

burma soldiersBurma is the country where large number of violation of children’s rights takes place. It is the country which has so many forces and these forces are recruiting the children who are under the age of fifteen. The book covers several forces in Burma and the children’s recruitment – those who’re under fifteen and below the legal age. After the children convention it was decided that the children should be recruited in the armed forces whose age limit started from 18 and are voluntarily be the part of children soldiers when they are used as the volunteers for war for example as the messengers and many other functions.

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Child Soldiers in Africa: A Book by Alcinda Honwana

Africa Child Soldiers Programs promoting the demobilization of soldiers and their reintegration in to the civil society recognize that boys who grew up in the militias face special problems. They have been socialized in to violence rather then in to identities develop through work and family in peace able time their relatives and co villagers recognize that young man who have been changes in to instruments of death must be transformed in order to return to family and community life they face risks and pose dangers to themselves and others.recruitment and initiation chapter in book. Read more on Child Soldiers in Africa: A Book by Alcinda Honwana…

Living In The City Vs. Living In The Country

It is nearly impossible to find a good answer to the question, what is better: living in the city or living in the country. What is good for one person might not be good for another!  Some people enjoy hyper-active life in cosmopolitan cities, where they can use all modern amenities and have practically unlimited opportunities for work and leisure. At the same time, other people feel the urge to be closer to Mother Nature. They take pleasure from living in calm and peaceful environment of the countryside and spend their free time fishing, hiking or picking berries in the forest. Certainly, modern life in the city and the one in rural areas are connected with a great deal of differences.

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The Cold War (1945-1990): What Does The Term Mean?

In modern history of the humanity, the twentieth century was marked by several lasting international military conflicts and civil wars, which caused millions of people’s deaths, devastation, hunger and a lot of other social problems. Those include, first of all, such global armed conflicts as the First World War (1914-1918) and the Second World War (1939-1945), as well as numerous national revolutions, Arab-Israeli conflicts, African and South American civil wars, recent liberation wars and so on.

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