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Life (and death) of Rohingya children: No place to hide

D'Costa, Bina


Playing hide and seek is a much loved game for children throughout the world. In conflict zones, adults frequently use the metaphor of the game to explain to their young children that they need to hide and should try their best not to be found. The larger role of adults in the lives of children is protecting them from violence as best as they are able to. Sadly, persecuted children are denied sanctuary to hide from political violence instigated by adults. This is a global phenomenon. This piece...[Show more]

CollectionsANU Research Publications
Date published: 2017-10-13
Type: Newspaper/magazine article
Source: Star Weekend
Access Rights: Open Access via Publisher Site


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