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War Resisters’ International present ‘Countering the Militarisation of Youth’ with David Gee, Ozgur

Launch of War Resisters' International's latest book.


Launch of War Resisters' International's latest book, which explores the ways in which young people around the world encounter the military and military values - and are encouraged to embrace them uncritically - and how this can be challenged.

Speaking at the event will be:

David Gee - who will talk about his article on how military recruitment often focuses on poor and ethnic minority young people, and possibly on the militarisation of young people in the UK more generally
Ozgur Heval Cinar - who will talk about the situation in Turkey (the idea that 'every Turk is born a soldier' etc)
Maayan Niezna - who will talk about the situation in Israel.
Presented and chaired by Owen and Hannah of WRI.


Speaker(s):

David Gee | talks
Ozgur Heval Cinar | talks
Maayan Niezna | talks

 

Date and Time:

13 June 2013 at 7:00 pm

Duration:

1 hour 30 minutes

 

Venue:

Housmans Bookshop
5 Caledonian Road
King’s Cross
London
N1 9DX
020 7837 4473
http://www.housmans.com/

More at Housmans Bookshop...

 

Tickets:

Free entry

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Additional Information:

HOW TO FIND US:
We're very easy to find - just a two minute walk from King's Cross/St.Pancras terminals. Housmans is at the bottom end of Caledonian Road where it meets with Pentonville Road. If you have any problems finding us, give us a call!
Map showing our location: qr.net/housmansbookshop

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