Browsing Archive: April, 2014

Lungi-Freetown Transit

Posted by Jeneba Project on Tuesday, April 22, 2014, In : Video Blog 

Lungi International Airport in Sierra Leone is separated from Freetown, the capital, by sea. Travelers often have to take a local and usually overcrowded ferry to reach Freetown. In addition to international travelers, the ferry is usually full of traders and hawkers of all sorts. This is a video of the ferry transit between Lungi and Freetown.

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Applying International Law to Armed Groups: On the Recruitment of Children or their Use in Armed Conflict

Posted by Jeneba Project on Thursday, April 10, 2014, In : Articles 

Could Armed Groups be Held Accountable under International Law?

International law remains unclear about its direct application to armed groups. Even international laws that unequivocally apply to non-state actors fail to specifically mention armed groups.

Increased violations of international law by armed groups has led a few scholars to speculate the idea of including armed groups in treaty-making.

According to Sophie Rondeau, Legal Adviser at the Canadian Red Cross, “[i]...

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A World of Challenges

Posted by Jeneba Project on Tuesday, April 8, 2014, In : Video Blog 

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Remark At North Hunterdon, NJ

Posted by Jeneba Project on Wednesday, April 2, 2014, In : Articles 

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