Policies and reports

Explore War Child's latest reports, research, advocacy papers and organisational policies.

Childrens hands all together in Gaza.

Whistleblowing Policy

War Child UK (WCUK) is committed to the highest standards of openness, integrity and accountability, as outlined in our Code of Conduct, Safeguarding & Protection from Sexual Exploitation, Abuse and Harassment (PSEAH) Policies and through signing up to the Core Humanitarian Standards.

Children stand in a circle holding hands as they play games at a War Child child-friendly space in the DRC.

Safeguarding policy

War Child work exclusively to improve the lives of children affected by armed conflict. We protect, educate, and stand up for the rights of children living areas affected by conflict.

Participant Nadia reads to her siblings at their home in a displacement camp in Iraq.

Diversity and inclusion policy

War Child values diversity and inclusion and seeks to ensure there are no discriminatory cultures or practices in our places of work. This policy sets out our commitments in regards to diversity and inclusion and provides guidance on anti-discriminatory practice.

War Child staff member holds participants hand.

Whistleblowing policy

This policy is designed to enable War Child UK employees and representatives to raise concerns internally and at a high level and to disclose information which they believe demonstrates malpractice or impropriety.

War Child staff member stands with back to camera showing jacket with War Child logo on their back.

Code of conduct

The following guidelines are referring to appropriate and inappropriate behaviour of adults towards children and of children towards other children. Everyone contracted by War Child must adhere to our Code of Conduct.