To assess the situation, a poll from 14 different countries showed that the children are worried about poverty, lack of education, and terrorism. I would think that now would be a good time to try and resolve the situation before things get too bad. The stakeholders in this situation is the children, the government/world leaders. The children want to have an education, they want to be safe from terrorism, and they want to be able to live without money problems. The government doesn't really seem to be trying to help the kids with their problems. I don't think the children are ready to stop fighting for what they want to happen. They could go to other people and gain an army of sorts that will fight with them to help them get out of poverty and feel safe with an education. The responsibility that the children have in this conflict is that they have to deal with all of this bad stuff. The article doesn't really say what they have done to help with their problems, but the picture shows that they have had some riots, so hopefully they are getting their point across to the authorities. I don't think that the children are wrong, they should be able to get an education, not be scared of terrorism, and not be living in poverty. I believe that the children can state what they want clearly. They don't want to live in poverty, be scared of terrorism, and not get an education. The article doesn't really state what the solutions could be but I think that they should keep fighting for what they want and that they shouldn't give up.