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Core studio 1  printmaking CHILD SOLDIERS
Core studio 1  printmaking CHILD SOLDIERS
Core studio 1  printmaking CHILD SOLDIERS
Core studio 1  printmaking CHILD SOLDIERS
Core studio 1  printmaking CHILD SOLDIERS
Core studio 1  printmaking CHILD SOLDIERS
Core studio 1  printmaking CHILD SOLDIERS
Core studio 1  printmaking CHILD SOLDIERS
Core studio 1  printmaking CHILD SOLDIERS
Core studio 1  printmaking CHILD SOLDIERS
Core studio 1  printmaking CHILD SOLDIERS
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Core studio 1 printmaking CHILD SOLDIERS

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  • 1. Core studio 1- Printmaking CHILD SOLDIERS
  • 2. Key facts & statistics about child soldiers -There are an estimated 300,000 child soldiers fighting in the world today. -Many rebel groups use child soldiers to fight the government, but some governments also use child soldiers in armed conflict. -Not all children take part in active combat. Some are also used as porters, cooks and spies. -Girls are often used as wives and sex slaves for the male combatants.  Whilst most child soldiers are abducted into the fighting forces, some also volunteer or are volunteered by their parents. -It is estimated that 40% of all child soldiers are girls.
  • 3. Awareness posters www.johnst.com/warchild/posters.html My posters.......................
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  • 9. Voices of Young Soldiers <ul><li>Central Africa </li></ul><ul><li>&quot;I feel so bad about the things that I did. It disturbs me so much that I inflicted death on other people. When I go home I must do some traditional rites because I have killed. I must perform these rites and cleanse myself. I still dream about the boy from my village that I killed. I see him in my dreams, and he is talking to me, saying I killed him for nothing, and I am crying.&quot; A 16-year-old girl after demobilization from an armed group (Source: U.S. State Dept. TIP Report 2005) </li></ul>
  • 10. Democratic Republic of the Congo &quot;When they came to my village, they asked my older brother whether he was ready to join the militia. He was just 17 and he said no; they shot him in the head. Then they asked me if I was ready to sign, so what could I do - I didn't want to die.&quot; A former child soldier taken when he was 13. (Source: BBC report.) Liberia &quot;I am now 14. I was with the LURD for two years in 2003 and 2004. I had to tow ammunition and arms for them. They beat me. They did not feed me. I didn't participate in DD (sic) because I did not know it was an option for me.&quot; Esther, former member of Liberians United for Reconciliation and Development. (Source: Amnesty International - Liberia: A flawed process discriminates against women and girls, March 2008.)
  • 11. http://www.amnesty.org/en/how-you-can-help http://www.child-soldiers.org http://www.warchild.org.uk

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