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A Long Way Gone, Ishmael Beah em World Reading Circle (Janeiro 2014)

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l'éducation est un droit inalienable et fondamental que chaque enfant doit beneficier ; et l'Etat a le devoir de garantir à tous les citoyens ce droit surtout ceux qui sont en age de scolarité, de ce fait, la paix est un facteur indispensable à la mise en oeuvre du droit d'éducation, une nation en guerre expose ses sujets surtout les sans défenses. L'enfant est un etre à proteger et non à manipuler et à utiliser a de fin égoïste,
 
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Nzita | 311 outras críticas | Mar 7, 2024 |
This is a very remarkable memoir of Ishmael Beah's two years as a child soldier. He graphically displays what post traumatic stress disorder can do to anyone yet also proves that rehabilitation is possible for even the most psychologically and physically mangled patients. It is something I wish the American court system would consider. If we instead took the time to really work with these children (who committed violent acts), perhaps we could turn them in to college graduates instead of trying them as adults and putting them to death. Beah killed his fellow country men, become addicted to drugs, and became numb to this lifestyle. Yet after all of this, he had proper medical treatment and then graduated from Oberlin and now works for the Human Rights Watch.… (mais)
 
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tyk314 | 311 outras críticas | Jan 22, 2024 |
This is a very remarkable memoir of Ishmael Beah's two years as a child soldier. He graphically displays what post traumatic stress disorder can do to anyone yet also proves that rehabilitation is possible for even the most psychologically and physically mangled patients. It is something I wish the American court system would consider. If we instead took the time to really work with these children (who committed violent acts), perhaps we could turn them in to college graduates instead of trying them as adults and putting them to death. Beah killed his fellow country men, become addicted to drugs, and became numb to this lifestyle. Yet after all of this, he had proper medical treatment and then graduated from Oberlin and now works for the Human Rights Watch.… (mais)
 
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tyk314 | 311 outras críticas | Jan 22, 2024 |

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