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Child Soldiers International

Child Soldiers International (formerly the Coalition to Stop the Use of Child Soldiers) is an international human rights research and advocacy organisation. We seek to end the military recruitment and the use in hostilities, in any capacity, of any person under the age of 18 by state armed forces or non-state armed groups. We advocate for the release of unlawfully recruited children, promote their successful reintegration into civilian life, and call for accountability for those who unlawfully recruit or use them. Website: www.child-soldiers.org
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Report to the Committee on the Rights of the Child in advance of Yemen's initial periodic report on the Optional Protocol to the Convention on the Rights of the Child on the involvement of children in armed conflict

March 2013 | Publisher: Child Soldiers International | Document type: Country Reports

Louder than words: An agenda for action to end state use of child soldiers

2013 | Publisher: Child Soldiers International | Document type: Country Reports

Louder than words - Case Study: Yemen: A deep-rooted problem made worse by inaction

12 September 2012 | Publisher: Child Soldiers International | Document type: Country Reports

Child Soldiers Global Report 2008 - Yemen

20 May 2008 | Publisher: Child Soldiers International | Document type: Annual Reports

Child Soldiers Global Report 2004 - Yemen

2004 | Publisher: Child Soldiers International | Document type: Annual Reports

Child Soldiers Global Report 2001 - Yemen

2001 | Publisher: Child Soldiers International | Document type: Annual Reports

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