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African childhoods. Education, development, peacebuilding and the youngest continent
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With 70 per cent of its people under the age of 30, Africa is the world's youngest continent. African youngsters have been largely characterized as either vulnerable victims of the frequent humanitarian crises that plague their homelands, or as violent militarized youth and 'troubled' gang members.
Young people's contributions to processes of educational provision, peace building and participatory human development in Africa are often ignored.
While acknowledging the profound challenges associated with growing up in an environment of uncertainty and deprivation, African Childhoods sheds light on African children's often constructive engagement with a variety of societal conditions, adverse or otherwise, and their ability to positively influence their own lives and those of others.
Are the Barrels Empty? Are The Children Any Safer?