Don't use the children at war.
THE CHILDREN AT WAR
Hundreds of thousands of children, in more than 40 countries across the globe, are used for war. The United Nations has declared that sending children into battle is an 'international war crime'. In September 1990, the Convention on the Rights of the Child became law. 192 countries had become State Parties to the Convention as of November 2005.The Convention on the Rights of the Child is the most widely and rapidly ratified human rights treaty in history. Only two countries have not ratified this celebrated agreement: Somalia and the United States. Thousands upon thousands of children are killed every year as a direct result of conflict by blunt trauma, bullets, bombs, landmines, machetes and grenades. Many more die from poor nutrition and diseases caused by increasing conflicts.
The 5 methods to stop this.
- Stop the drug trafficking.
- Stop the war.
- Make the peace between the two countries.
- Protect the children.
- Put the children in a sure place.