Journal of Political Sciences & Public Affairs

Journal of Political Sciences & Public Affairs
Open Access

ISSN: 2332-0761

Alrasheed Sayeed

Department of Public Research, Stellenbosch University, South Africa

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    Author(s): Alrasheed Sayeed*

    Child Soldiers in Africa refers to the tactical utilization of children younger than 18 by public military or other equipped gatherings in Africa. Regularly, this order incorporates children serving in non-warrior jobs (like cooks or couriers), just as those serving in soldier jobs. In 2008, it was assessed that 40% of child soldiers overall were in Africa, and that the utilization of child soldiers in outfitted clash was expanding quicker than some other mainland. Moreover, normal time of children enrolled as soldiers gives off an impression of being diminishing. Starting at 2017, the UN recorded those seven out of fourteen nations enrolling and utilizing child soldiers in state powers or outfitted gatherings were in Africa: Central African Republic, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Mali, Nigeria, Somalia, South Sudan, Sudan. Precise information on the quantity of child soldiers in .. View More»

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