War Child UK's report, 'Tug of War: Children in Armed Groups in DRC', shows that in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) most children are joining 'voluntarily'.
Charlotte, a mother of four small children, has opened her home to vulnerable children in Goma, eastern Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC).
It’s almost impossible to know the exact figure but it’s estimated there are tens of thousands of children in armed groups around the world.
One in six children across the world are living in areas impacted by war. Millions are out of school. Access to education, and to books, is crucial for children affected by war.
Today marks three years of war in Yemen. Britain continues to play a vital role in helping to create the 'world's worst man-made humanitarian crisis of our time'.
Edwige works for War Child UK's project fighting Sexual and Gender Based Violence in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC).
War Child UK: Theresa May must put aside ‘hollow rhetoric’ and stand up for children’s rights when meeting Saudi Crown Prince.
War Child BRITs Week together with O2 returns confirming its stellar line-up for 2018.
Today, we're proud to launch our new film to highlight the devastating effects of war on childhood mental health and wellbeing.
The growing humanitarian crisis in Yemen has led Norway to suspend arms exports to the United Arab Emirates.
Below is the full text of the open letter that War Child, together with 40 other organisations, sent to UN Secretary-General António Guterres ahead of the publication of this year’s Children and Armed Conflict Annual Report.