Angela Veale, Ph.D., is a lecturer in Applied Psychology, University College Cork, Ireland. Her research and publications focus on youth in adversity -- in particular juvenile justice, asylum seekers and separated children -- and children and youth in armed conflict and reintegration in Ethiopia, Rwanda and Northern Uganda. In 2006, she was a visiting professional to the Victim Participation & Reparation Unit, International Criminal Court. She was awarded a Fulbright Scholarship to the Program on Forced Migration & Health, Columbia University in 2007. Recent publications include: (2007) Reintegration of former Lord's Resistance Army child abductees: Identity, agency, violence, and resistance. Peace & Conflict: Journal of Peace Psychology, 13(3), 273-292; (2006) The criminal responsibility of minors: Contributions from psychology. In Arts, K. & Popovski, V. (Eds.). International Criminal Accountability and the Rights of the Child (pp. 97-108), The Hague: Hague Academic Press; (2006) Cultural issues in child-centred research with ethnic minority populations: Methodological, ethical & practical challenges. Irish Journal of Psychology, 27(1-2), 25-36; (2005) Creative methods in a participatory project in Rwanda. In Greene, S. & Hogan, D. (Eds.). Research Methods with Children (pp. 253-273), London: Sage.