Title Early to War: Child Soldiers in the Chad Conflict
Publisher Human Rights Watch
Publication Date 16 July 2007
Country Chad
Topics Child soldiers
Citation / Document Symbol Volume 19, No. 9(A)
Reference HRW Index No.: A1909
Cite as Human Rights Watch, Early to War: Child Soldiers in the Chad Conflict, 16 July 2007, Volume 19, No. 9(A), available at: http://www.refworld.org/docid/46a765472.html [accessed 29 May 2016]
Comments This 46-page report documents how the Chadian army, its allied paramilitary militias and rebel forces have used and recruited child soldiers in both northern Chad and along the eastern border with Sudan’s Darfur region. The report is based on interviews with senior officers in the Chadian military as well as current child soldiers themselves.
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