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100 1  Steinl, Leonie,|eauthor 
245 10 Child soldiers as agents of war and peace :|ba restorative
       transitional justice approach to accountability for crimes
       under international law /|cby Leonie Steinl 
264  1 The Hague :|bT.M.C. Asser Press :|bImprint: T.M.C. Asser 
300    1 online resource (xii, 421 pages) :|billustrations, 
       digital ;|c24 cm 
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490 1  International criminal justice series,|x2352-6718 ;
       |vvolume 14 
520    This book deals with child soldiers' involvement in crimes
       under international law. Child soldiers are often victims 
       of grave human rights abuses, and yet, in some cases, they
       also participate actively in inflicting violence upon 
       others. Nonetheless, the international discourse on child 
       soldiers often tends to ignore the latter dimension of 
       children's involvement in armed conflict and instead 
       focuses exclusively on their role as victims. While it 
       might seem as though the discourse is therefore beneficial
       for child soldiers as it protects them from blame and 
       responsibility, it is important to realize that the so-
       called passive victim narrative entails various adverse 
       consequences, which can hinder the successful 
       reintegration of child soldiers into their families, 
       communities and societies. This book aims to address this 
       dilemma. First, the available options for dealing with 
       child soldiers' participation in crimes under 
       international law, such as transitional justice and 
       criminal justice, and their shortcomings are analyzed in 
       depth. Subsequently a new approach is developed towards 
       achieving accountability in a child-adequate way, which is
       called restorative transitional justice. This book is in 
       the first place aimed at researchers with an interest in 
       child soldiers, children and armed conflict, as well as 
       international criminal law, transitional justice, juvenile
       justice, restorative justice, children's rights, and 
       international human rights law. Secondly, professionals 
       working on issues of transitional justice, juvenile 
       justice, international criminal law, children's rights, 
       and the reintegration of child soldiers will also find the
       subject matter of great relevance to their practice. Dr. 
       Leonie Steinl, LL.M. (Columbia) is a Researcher and 
       Lecturer at the Faculty of Law of the Humboldt-Universitat
       in Berlin 
650  0 Child soldiers (International law) 
650  0 Restorative justice 
650  0 Transitional justice 
650 14 Law 
650 24 International Criminal Law 
650 24 Youth Offending and Juvenile Justice 
650 24 Criminal Justice 
650 24 Victimology 
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