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    • Books 

      Angucia, Margaret (2010)
      Chelpi-den Hamer’s book on the youngest recruits brings to attention the prevalence of the problem of children involved in conflict in Cotê d’ Ivoire. This is important because the problem of the involvement of children ...
    • Child soldiers or war affected children? Why the formerly abducted children of northern Uganda are not child soldiers 

      Angucia, Margaret (Intervention, 2014)
      In many places around the globe, over many centuries, adults have forcibly involved children in war. In more recent times, these forcibly involved children have come to be collectively referred to as ‘child soldiers’, ...
    • Children and War in Africa: The Crisis Continues in Northern Uganda 

      Angucia, Margaret (Professors World Peace Academy, 2009)
      Since the 1990s when the nature of conflict changed from interstate to intrastate, the use of children in the battlefronts and related places has become unprecedented. This paper discusses issues on children and war based ...
    • Memory and Forgiveness: 

      Angucia, Margaret (2016-03)
      Memories of conflict experiences can be problematic in building social relationships between victims and perpetrators in post conflict communities. The challenge of negative memories to constrain living together in the ...