Kenya’s peace and security landscape is characterized by conflict drivers, including ethno-political competition for power, poverty and youth unemployment, and has pushed or pulled vulnerable youth and children into violent extremist groups. The situation is further exacerbated by regional instability and attendant problems like trafficking of small arms through the vast porous borders. Children and young people have become the easiest targets for radicalization into violent extremism. Children and youth are the most vulnerable victims, not to mention those who have been recruited as child soldiers to fight in the wars and conflicts.

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GNRC Member in Nepal, Peace Service Centre, formally launched the 2nd Phase of the Nepal Poverty Soluti…

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Search For Justice and Children Advocacy Network – CAN Pakistan, a GNRC Member in Pakistan, organized a child-le…