Child Soldiers International

Child Soldiers International formerly The Coalition to Stop the Use of Child Soldiers (CSUCS) is a UK-based non-governmental organization that was formed to prevent the recruitment and exploitation of children in warfare and to ensure their reintegration into larger society by means of research, advocacy, and capacity building. The primary function of CSUCS is to act as an informational resource center for related NGOs, child advocacy organizations, and international legislative bodies.

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... as Gabriel Martin Benjamin's eldest son and child, he decides to join up with the Continental Army against his father's wishes ... At the end of the film, it suggests she married Benjamin and had a child by him, but only after, it should be noted, Benjamin agrees that "she is not her sister," his late wife ... Tchéky Karyo as Major Jean Villeneuve A French soldier who trains Martin's militia, he holds a grudge against Martin for his part in the French and Indian War, but they ...
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... For the 2009-10 fiscal year the CSUSC had an annual income of £824,887, an 80% increase from 2006 ... The coalition spent £627,790 during the year, as of March 2010, leaving a total of £197,097 in revenue ...

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