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Paris, 7 November 2018 -  JOINT STATEMENT As humanitarian, human rights and peacebuilding organizations working on Yemen, we welcome tomorrow's
The announcement that Nadia Murad and Denis Mukwege have been jointly awarded the Nobel Peace Prize is a long overdue recognition
UPDATE (Sept. 24, 2018): War Child is pleased to congratulate Brock Warner on this accomplishment! On September 21st, in front
We are pleased to invite you to a special evening to meet award-winning humanitarian and bestselling author, Dr. Samantha Nutt,
Written by: Nicholas Sherwood As is always the case in times of war, women and girls suffer disproportionately and are
“I am not only a child, I am a member of this society. Children can also bring changes and solve problems.”
Written by Sana Salam Zada, Project Manager, Iraq Zain is just 5-years-old. He and his family were forced to flee
Music has always been a vehicle for social change, a universal language that inspires us to reach beyond what’s possible
Growing up in a war-zone like the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) is hard enough. Years of conflict has claimed
The BBC World Service Newsday team was in the Democratic Republic of Congo and caught up with one of the students