UNICEF Highlights Impacts Of Conflict On Children In War-Torn Regions

Deutsche Welle: UNICEF: One in ten children endure conflict
“The UNICEF report entitled ‘Children between the Frontlines’ and unveiled in Berlin on Tuesday said that 230 million children were subjected last year to severe human rights violations in 23 conflict regions around the world. The trauma was especially severe in Syria, Iraq, South Sudan, and the Central African Republic, it said…” (6/30).

Deutsche Welle: UNICEF 2015 report: Millions of children caught in the middle of conflict
“… ‘Children caught in the middle’ is also the title of the 2015 UNICEF report, which was just presented in Berlin. With its 270-page report, the children’s aid organization seeks to draw attention to the ways that uncertainty, hate, and violence destroy the lives of millions of children…” (Kinkartz, 6/30).

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