By Alpaslan Özerdem, Sukanya Podder
This publication examines the complicated and under-researched courting among recruitment reports and reintegration results for baby squaddies. It seems at time spent within the team, problems with team spirit, id, association, club and the put up demobilization adventure of go back, and resettlement.
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Hence the coercion argument in child soldier recruitment, which dominates much of the literature, is untenable in the Mindanao case, and a deeper study of this conflict offers important alternative perspectives. Part III engages with conceptual issues surrounding the child soldier phenomenon which can be discerned from the recruitment experiences section and attempts to engage how contemporary humanitarian perceptions impact on reintegration efforts through thematic case studies selected to illustrate different timeframes in terms of reintegration efforts for child soldiers, programming strategies and role of agents in 14 The Long Road Home influencing outcomes.