What child soldiering tells us about trafficking, child labor, and enslavement

From Chris Blattman Fri Jan 18 2013, 09:35:26

Historically-speaking, coercion is the most common kind of labor contract. I started out with the question: How to understand coercion in rebellion or firms, and why does it often seem to be tied to child recruitment? Why do armed groups ... Continue reading →

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