Stolen Innocence

A New Canadian led campaign contends the Security Council ignores child soldiers, doesn't use 'untested' R2P to protect children avoiding capture.

Brian Adeba
Published: Wednesday, 10/12/2005 12:00 am EDT

A campaign to bring attention to the plight of children abducted by rebels in northern Uganda is set to kick-off on Oct.18 at the United Nations in New York. Dubbed Act for Stolen Children in Northern Uganda, the Canadian-led campaign aims to create awareness and increase emergency response to the crisis in northern Uganda.

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