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A Survey of Programs on the Reintegration of Former Child Soldiers

7. References

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Abiodun Alao, John Mackinlay, and Funmi Olonisakin, Peacekeepers, politicians, and warlords: The Liberian peace process. The United Nations University Press, 1999.

Armon, Jeremy and Andy Carl, eds. Accord: An International Review of Peace Initiatives, the Liberian Peace Process, 1990-1996. London: Conciliation Resources, 1996.

Edited by Margaret McCallin, "The Psychological Well-Being of Refugee Children. Research, Practice and Policy Issues. International Catholic Child Bureau.

Funmi Olonisakin, Reinventing Peacekeeping in Africa. Conceptual and Legal Issues in ECOMOG Operations. Kluwer Law International: 2000.

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McCallin, Margaret (1998) "Community Involvement in the Social Reintegration of Child Soldiers" in Rethinking the Trauma of War, Eds. P.J. Bracken and C. Petty. Free Association Books Ltd.

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