The Use of Child Soldiers in Armed Conflicts in India

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Journal Title: South Asian Law Review Journal
Author(s): Harsh Mahaseth, Shubham Sharma, Ananya Shukla
Published On: 22/01/2022
Volume: 8
First Page: 36
Last Page: 50
ISSN: 2456-7531
Publisher: The Law Brigade Publisher

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Harsh Mahaseth, Shubham Sharma, Ananya Shukla, The Use of Child Soldiers in Armed Conflicts in India, Volume 8, South Asian Law Review Journal, 36-50, Published on 22/01/2022, Available at https://salrj.thelawbrigade.com/uncategorized/the-use-of-child-soldiers-in-armed-conflicts-in-india/

Abstract

The use of children in armed conflicts as soldiers is a persisting issue globally, and India is not an exception. India is a signatory to the 2002 Optional Protocol and thus should not employ soldiers under the age of eighteen; however, non-governmental factions are using children within India as soldiers. This paper intends to discuss the use of children in armed conflicts and the life of children as ex-soldiers.

Keywords: Child, Soldiers, India, Armed Conflict

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