Children and Armed Conflict
Armed conflicts worldwide have profound effects on children, yet simplistic portrayals of these effects have provided poor guidance on how to support vulnerable children in wartime situations. Drawing on field experience throughout sub-Saharan Africa and Asia, Michael Wessells (Columbia University) provides a holistic understanding of children amidst armed conflicts and points toward a set of contextualized supports that will improve the resilience and well-being of affected children.
children, armed conflict, war, sub-Sarharan Africa, Asia, resilience
African Studies | Asian Studies | International Humanitarian Law
Wessells, Michael. "Children and Armed Conflict." Ensemble video, 01:23:18. February 18, 2015. https://ensemble.dickinson.edu/Watch/d79rRS--DEWOxM0t-M3yfg