Today, Massive Attack's Robert del Naja is releasing a new limited edition print, 'Help95', with all proceeds to be donated to War Child's Gaza Appeal.
The show will be amongst the biggest to mark the return of live music and will be War Child’s first event since the start of the Covid-19 pandemic.
The impacts of COVID-19 on Hamas’ family left her unable to go to school. This story is all too common for families in Yemen, who must place daily survival over their children’s education.
War Child Records announces first release as part of the Official Charity Partnership with Record Store Day.
War Child UK Global Ambassadors, Carey Mulligan, Marcus Mumford and Vanessa Kirby, alongside an extensive list of supporters, have submitted an open letter to Prime Minister Boris Johnson, the Chancellor of the Exchequer Rishi Sunak, and the Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs, Dominic Raab.
Humanitarian action may not be the only thing needed in Gaza and Israel, but it is essential if we are to save the futures of innocent children who have been caught up in other people’s battles.
Thanks to the generosity of our incredible supporters, we have launched 10 pioneering initiatives for children in the Central African Republic (CAR). Find out how donations to our Learn to Live appeal have made a difference.
We’re marking International Women’s Day 2021 by celebrating the millions of incredible women and girls around the world who fight every day to make the world a better place.
At just 15 years old, Ahmad had no choice but to embark on the long and treacherous journey from Afghanistan to Iran in search of work to support his family. A journey no child should ever be forced to make.
12 February marks Red Hand Day - the International Day Against the Recruitment of Child Soldiers. Find out about our work with children associated with armed forces or armed groups (CAAFAG) and why this day is so important to us.
War Child UK, the specialist charity for children affected by conflict, has warned that while the world is focused on the pandemic and the race to roll out a vaccine, some of the world’s worst and most violent conflicts are slipping out of control.
With the help and support of funders, such as the Players of the People’s Postcode Lottery, we have been able to rapidly respond to COVID-19 and provide a safety net for children in the Democratic Republic of Congo. Alex Becquevort, War Child’s Country Director for the DRC explains how.