Acts of injustice and violence are robbing children of their childhood throughout Afghanistan. In 2017, there were 3,179 reported cases of children killed and maimed due to conflict-related violence. This rate is on the rise, with the war in Afghanistan killing a record number of civilians in 2018. A number of the children killed in the violence include Read More…
Tag: Invisible Children
The Never-Ending Legacy of China’s One-Child Policy
Two years after China’s one-child policy was replaced in favour of a two-child policy, Jacqueline Hicks examines what improvements have been made and the lasting effects of the widely criticized population control method.
Whatever Happened to Kony?
Four years after one of the most viral campaigns online campaigns of all time, Neil Siviter examines the aftermath of KONY 2012 and how it has impacted both the Lord’s Resistance Army, and the concept of liberal intervention.