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Research Paper | 27 May 2019
Providing Psychosocial Care to Child Soldiers Living in Post-IS Iraq

In this Research Paper, Jan Ilhan Kizilhan discusses the need for better psychosocial support for former child soldiers living in post-IS Iraq as rehabilitation and reintegration measure.

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