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War on children

There are approximately 350 million children living in areas affected by conflict today. Many of these children have been subjected to unimaginable suffering. They are not just caught in the crossfire or treated by combatants as expendable collateral damage, but often deliberately and systematically targeted. They are killed, maimed, and raped. They are bombed in their schools and in their homes. They are abducted, tortured, and recruited by armed groups to fight and to work as porters, cooks and sex slaves.

Hereby discussing the Report “War on Children” to discuss the impact of war on children and their livelihoods.

Index

1.  Introduction
2.  
Conflict Trends
3.  
Children Associated with Armed Forces and Groups
4.  
Sexual Violence
5.  
Abduction
6.  
Attacks on Schools and Hospitals
7.  
Why are Children Increasingly Harmed by Conflict?8.  Recommendations

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