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1
Aug
2016
Submitted by hannah

Colombia is the only South American nation with an ongoing internal armed conflict where military service is obligatory, requiring all 18-year-old young men to serve for 1 to 2 years - with no option of an alternative civil service...

Thu
11
Sep

Russian Army Recruitment Video: 'Pain Makes You Stronger'

The intense recruitment ad comes at time of renaissance for the Russian army.

“Be all you can be”? Not today. “An Army of One"? No chance.

“This is … the first day of your new life.”

Russian Army Recruitment Video: 'Pain Makes You Stronger'
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Tue
02
Sep

Make Love Not War: 'Improving' military ads in Belgium

Published on Feb 14, 2013

Subvertising action against army recrutement campaign in Belgian railway stations. The army had chosen Saint-Valentins day to recrute new pilots, technicians for their fighter planes. This was a bit to ironical for quite some people

Make Love Not War: 'Improving' military ads in Belgium
Wed
27
Aug

China’s People’s Liberation Army recruitment video promises aerial dog fights, lots of dancing

Source: Rocket News

Making a recruitment ad for military service is probably one of the hardest sells around. It’s easy to make someone want to buy a cookie. In fact, I want to buy a cookie just after typing that sentence, but motivating someone to put their life on the line takes a whole lot of finesse.

China’s People’s Liberation Army recruitment video promises aerial dog fights, lots of dancing
Fri
08
Aug

Engage: the Military and Young People

A short film made by Headliners and ForcesWatch, 2014

Why does the military have a 'youth engagement' policy and why is the government promoting 'military ethos' within education? What is the impact of military activities taking place in schools? ForcesWatch have been working with the charity Headliners and a group of young people in London to produce this short film which explores these questions and gives teenagers the opportunity to voice their reaction to the military’s interest in their lives.

Engage: the Military and Young People
Mon
02
Jun

Webinar: Militarisation of youth and child soldiers

Dereje Wordofa presents the trend of "militarisation of youth and child soldiers" in Africa, despite the international instruments for human rights.

Dereje Wordofa is Regional Director for Africa at the American Friends Service Committee. He is committed to lasting peace, sustainable development and social justice.

Webinar: Militarisation of youth and child soldiers
Tue
06
May

Japan increases military recruitment with drawings of manga girls

The objective: to obtain new recruits. And if to get them you have to resort to anime, you use it. The Okayama prefecture Cooperation Office, in the south west of Japan, has promoted since last July military enlistment with drawings of three manga girls by the artist Huikane Shimada. The experiment has been a success, considering that new recruits have increased by 20%, according to the Sankei Journal this Tuesday.

Japan increases military recruitment with drawings of manga girls
Thu
24
Apr

Atoms for Peace? The Atomic Weapons Establishment and UK universities

Videoblog about research links between the Atomic Weapons Establishment, where the UK's nuclear weapons are designed and made, and universities. Features Jonathon Porritt (Forum for the Future), Andrew Blowers (Open University), Christopher Watson (British Pugwash Group), and David McCoy (Medact).

Atoms for Peace? The Atomic Weapons Establishment and UK universities
Wed
19
Mar

Countering the Militarisation of Youth

This video was used in the crowdfunder campaign for WRI's Countering the Militarisation of Youth work.

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Countering the Militarisation of Youth
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