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محمد صالح بحرالدين محمد ص
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افتراضي Africa Why too Many Children are Recruited-1
قديم بتاريخ : 04-12-2017 الساعة : 12:52 PM

The crisis of child soldiers is a new dilemma with historical deeply rooted background, that it’s widely and strongly believed this phenomena is descended from 19th C, based on the available historical records and various governments’ documents.
That is to say the cases started to be demolished during the modern state emerging era.
There are many figures and various estimation for recruited children used in armed conflicts, however they are remaining as hypothetical as raw primary data.
Furthermore, as of today there are seven organized national military forces, and fifty rebel movements and world famous militias been listed by the United Nations Security Council and the Secretary General as well.
Additionally initial studies shown that recruited boys are representing 60% meanwhile the girls are 40%, whom are faced with various violations and brutality as well.
Overall, it is quite much critical to understand that child soldiering is a specific operational tactic that groups such as Boko Haram use to achieve their goals and remain successful on the battlefield because Children are used because of their youth, rather than in spite of it, especially when comes to recognize the complexities of child soldiering as a tactic demands that we include and value the security sector perspective and role
Child soldiering is manmade crisis of multiple consequences, as usually child solider is defined as a child whom been made associated with an armed force or group.
That is to say , the term refers to any person below the age of 18 years old, whom is or whom has been recruited or used by any armed force or group at any capacity, including but not limited to children regardless their sex whom been used as fighters, cooks, porters, spices or for sexual purposes 1
Additionally, and indeed the case is fallen under extreme criminal exploitation and one of the United Nations Security Council (UNSC) widely most tracked condemned ,criminalized and combated phenomena ,that technically known as an aspect of Monitoring and Reporting Mechanism since its counted against war environmental context within the defined area of six grave child rights violations.
This is why in March of 2014, the United Nations Security Council passed Resolution 2143, which expresses the critical importance of “providing military, police and civilian peacekeepers with adequate pre-deployment and in-mission training on mission-specific child protection issues.” This resolution was further reinforced just one month later, as Nigeria led the United Nations Security Council to pass Resolution 2151. Res. 2151 encourages countries to include child protection in military trainings and standard operating procedures as part of a broader Security Sector Approach.
Henceforth, the world is in - affordable to lose any single child, despite to deform him or her especially in accordance to the new Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), officially designated for transforming our world, to the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development is a set of seventeen aspirational mosaic "Global Goals" with 169 targets from within.
Spearheaded by the United Nations(UN), through a deliberative process involving its 193 Member States commitment, as well as global civil society with its clustering and sectorial mechanisms and their related technical approaches, the goals are placed in paragraph 54 United Nations Resolution A/RES/70/1 of 25 September 2015, that as totally cannot be achieved holistically if there is no strategy for child protection as general and abandonment of recruitment in particular as sensitive as the state politics for the strategic development required to focus its positive power against power of criminality so as to eradicate the such trends of slavery misused , hence there is in proved assumption to create some linkages between child militarization and the old abolitionism liberal revolution in 19th C.
In the other hand the SDGs have stressed and reconfirmed on keeping, maintaining and investing widely in the planet most valuable resources, that is the most efficient and effective as well to be managed and protected which is renewable and rather nonrenewable and vise versa which is so far controversially at the same time to keep monitoring especially where the stability is quite scarce if not quite impossible at fragile countries and societies.
Furthermore, all divines , and the various philosophies have assured the importance of children potentiality , that comparatively supported by ever widest legal frameworks and instruments strongly which extended through different levels globally , internationally, regionally, nationally , and locally as well , which are not limited to, but included International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights (ICCPR) (1966), African Charter on the Rights and Welfare of the Child (ACRWC) (1990), Convention for the Protection of Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms (1950 / as amended by Protocol No. 11 - 1998) issued by Council of Europe, and other international human rights as holistic framework .

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