Oskar Castro is an activist who has workd with the American Friends Service Committee covering issues related to Peace, Militarism, and the Demilitarization of Youth. He has been involved in human and civil rights discussions related to peace activism, political prisoners, and social justice over the course of the last 18 years. Currently Oskar’s efforts include working to educate young people about their rights and options as well as how to make an informed decision on whether military enlistment is right for them. He also works to support the pursuit of nuclear arms abolition, and its conflict transformation efforts. Topics of discussion include: Recruitment Fraud, Conscientious Objection, JROTC proliferation, and Organizing to Provide Youth with Alternatives to the Military.