The Impact of War on Children: A Review of Progress Since the 1996 United Nations Report on the Impact of Armed Conflict on Children

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Hurst, 2001 - Children and war - 230 pages
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Children present a uniquely compelling motivation for mobilisation, and an opportunity to confront the problems that cause their suffering. This work calls to action - for the commitment and tenacity needed to protect children from the atrocities of war. It is complemented by 16 photographs covering Afghanistan, Iraq, Palestine and Rwanda.

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In this authoritative and moving work, Machel (Univ. of Cape Town; United Nations Univ. for Peace), an international advocate for children, reviews and evaluates individual and group efforts to ... Read full review

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Machel founded the Foundation for Community Development.

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