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Myanmar releases some child soldiers

It’s interesting to watch developments in Myanmar as the country continues to emerge, seemingly, from its harsh past. Though its leaders have more to do, there are encouraging signs, including Myanmar on Monday  releasing 24 child soldiers from its military. It is in line with officials’ pledge to halt child-rights violations. Pledges are important, and [...]

Another Ugandan voice, Evelyn Apoko’s

Here’s a link to her appearance on CNN. She’s a wonderful young lady who hasn’t let the injuries she suffered at the hands of Joseph Kony’s LRA stop her.

Another voice from Northern Uganda

A war victim’s opinion
on Kony 2012

Victor OCHEN, Director for AYINET Uganda
By Victor Ochen
In light of the recent publicity around Invisible Children’s ‘Kony 2012’ documentary and campaign, and speaking as a survivor, a young man born and raised in the midst of the LRA war, growing up in internally displaced persons (IDP) camps and avoiding abductions [...]

My essay in the Philly Inquirer on Kony 2012

Here is the link to my piece. http://bit.ly/zmqlq3

Ugandans on Kony 2012`

I wrote an essasy today on the whole Invisible Children/Kony 2012 video phenomenon. Because of a lack of space in the newspaper, I couldn’t put in all the voices that should be heard. While I do think the best way to stop mass human rights atrocities is with worldwide support and action, the heroes of [...]

Should child soldiers be prosecuted?

IRIN has an excellent analysis on whether child soldiers should be prosectued for their actions. The most compelling reason why they shouldn’t be? Because their actions flow from having been victimized and forced into their roles. Here’s the beginning of the IRIN report and read it in full here.
 
Analysis: Should child soldiers be prosecuted for their [...]

A couple of different takes on the Haiti earthquake

Media, online and offline, are swamped with stories about the one-year anniversary of the earthquake that leveled Port-au-Prince and other areas of southern Haiti. Most chronicle the slow and no rate of progress in the reconstruction, all from easily predictable circumstances and patterns of behavior. Here are two stories though that present straight-forward information, in [...]

Haiti documentaries tonight on PBS

Here’s the review I wrote for The Inquirer on two of the three documentaries being shown tonight from 8 p.m. to 11 p.m., to commemorate the one-year anniversary of the Jan. 12, 2010 earthquake that struck southern Haiti.
Posted on Jan. 11, 2010
PBS remembers Haiti, with shows on earthquakes, criminals, children
By Carolyn Davis
Inquirer Staff Writer
Commemorating the [...]

Combatting child trafficking in Haiti

Just got this press release in my email today anf thought it was worth posting in its entirety. Even as the media spotlight on Haiti fails, let’s not forget the threats facing its children, who are multilayered vulnerable - on top of the vulnerability they had before the earthquake because of their poverty, they now [...]

Haitians taking care of their children

The title of this post owes itself to the line I’ve put in bold in the IRIN story below. “…Most children who had one living relative were taken in by them,” local caretakers report. Why do I think that statement is so important? Because it runs counter to images among some outside of Haiti that [...]