United Nations Office of Disarmament Affairs (UNODA) Occasional Papers

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2412-1258 (online)
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The UNODA Occasional Papers series has been developed to give wider dissemination of input from expert panels and seminars sponsored by the United Nations Office for Disarmament Affairs (UNODA).
 
UNODA Occasional Papers No.14: Conflict of Interests - Children and Guns in Zones of Instability, February 2009

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UNODA
28 June 2010
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32
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9789210543019 (PDF)
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This publication captures the introductions to the Programme of Action on the Illicit Trade in Small Arms which presents the link between small arms and child soldiers. It also contains a slide show presentation of programmes aimed to retrain youth in the conflict-prone area of Casamance in Senegal as well as a presentation of the results of a research projects on the impact of small arms borne by children in situations of conflict and peace.
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Foreword Child soldiers and small arms: the link Small arms and their effect on children in armed conflict Presentations The weak link Children in war and “peace”: the impact of small arms and weapons