By Alpaslan Özerdem, Sukanya Podder

ISBN-10: 0230342922

ISBN-13: 9780230342927

ISBN-10: 1349317624

ISBN-13: 9781349317622

This booklet examines the advanced and under-researched courting among recruitment stories and reintegration results for baby infantrymen. It seems at time spent within the staff, problems with team spirit, identity, association, club and the publish demobilization event of go back, and resettlement.

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Alpaslan Özerdem and Sukanya Podder 9 2004). This raises critical issues of sustainable livelihoods and socioeconomic well-being for both the caseload of combatants and their receiving communities. The challenges posed by poverty in this context is a critical factor to consider as it would be decisive in the way reintegration benefits will be needed and translated into programmes. As discussed above, benefits of newly gained vocational skills or microenterprise schemes created as part of reintegration could only be realized if there is a sufficient demand and absorptive capacity in the economy.

Online. Available at http://www. pdf (accessed 10 January 2010). United Nations (UN) (2009). Secretary General Report on Children and Armed Conflict. A/64/254. Online. org/docs (accessed 20 March 2010). USAID (2000). Roundtable Report: Community-Based Reintegration and Rehabilitation in Post-Conflict Settings. Office of Transition Initiatives and UNDP/Emergency Response Division. Online. html (accessed 10 July 2009). USAID (2006). Community Focused Reintegration. Online. pdf (accessed 9 July 2008).

Ex-combatants often find leadership opportunities in the Bike Rider’s Association as well for conflict resolution and mediation regarding issues of traffic violations, replaying elements of structure and hierarchy within rebel group units of self-mediated justice or justice during wartime in the absence of government or legal structures. On the theme of survival, Boothby and McMullin look into earlier cases of child soldier involvement and reintegration in the contexts of Mozambique and Angola.

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