By: Josh Boyter

12 NovRemoving children from the battlefield


Dallaire Initiative aims to train security forces on dealing with child soldiers Original Article Link By: Darrell Cole AMHERST – An…

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11 NovDon’t lose sight of future threats as Canada remembers the past


Original Article Link By: LGen Roméo Dallaire and Dr. Shelly Whitman Roméo Dallaire is a retired lieutenant-general, retired Senator, celebrated humanitarian…

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09 NovTo End the Use of Child Soldiers Look to the Security Sector


Original Article Link By: LGen Roméo Dallaire (Ret’d) and Dr. Shelly Whitman While new wars bear a frightening multitude of distinct…

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09 Oct‘The cub of Baghdadi’: ISIS reports its youngest jihadist ‘got martyred’ in battle


Original Article Link By: Jake Edmiston Posting photos of a gun-toting child online, ISIS supporters announced that the group’s youngest soldier…

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24 SepCanada should be a leader in the fight against Ebola


Original Article Link By: Dr. James Orbinski, LGen Roméo Dallaire (Ret’d) and Frank Chalk James Orbinski MD is Research Chair and…

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23 SepA Conversation with Lieutenant-General Roméo A. Dallaire


Original Article Link By: Carnegie Council for Ethics International Affairs

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26 JunChild Soldiers and Security Sector Reform: A Sierra Leonean Case Study


Original Post Link By: Carl Conradi and Dr. Shelly Whitman While new wars bear a frightening multitude of distinct characteristics, there…

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25 JunIraq crisis: Why you should be concerned about ISIS recruiting children


Original Article Link By: Nick Logan [sf_fullscreenvideo type=”text-button” btntext=”Watch Vide” imageurl=”” videourl=”https://youtu.be/gjsVRNynutM” extraclass=””] Watch above: Britain’s ITV News obtained video of…

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29 MayRoméo Dallaire doesn’t walk away from a fight


Roméo Dallaire’s resignation from the Senate may be seen by some as a sign of weakness, of a man retreating from…

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10 MarWhat We Can Learn from Child Soldiers


Original Article Link By: Jonathan Rozen UNITED NATIONS, Mar 10 2014 (IPS) – In 2003, Moses Otiti, a 15-year-old from Uganda,…

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