Life in an armed group: "If I didn’t do it they could kill me”

We share Grace's story about her experiences in South Sudan's SSNLM armed group with Global CitizenRead more

To forgive is divine: Is the church the key to child soldier reintegration?

We write for African Arguments on the importance of ‘forgiveness ceremonies’ for returning childrenRead more

No child soldiers: The next steps in Central African Republic

One year after CAR signed the UN treaty to end child recruitment, we write for IRIN News and explore what progress is being madeRead more

British army 'explicitly targeting' working-class recruits, say critics

The Guardian writes on our research revealing how British Army targets teenagers in most deprived parts of countryRead more

'Girls who leave militias get rejected': helping child soldiers go home – podcast

We speak to The Guardian about our work in Eastern DR Congo for an episode of its Small Changes podcast seriesRead more

British army ads targeting 'stressed and vulnerable' teenagers

The Guardian reports on our research showing how British army recruiters are targeting 16-year-old GCSE students on FacebookRead more

Why child soldiers rarely stay free for long in CAR

We write for TIME on the deepening crisis in Central African Republic and launch of our new country projectsRead more

200 child soldiers freed in South Sudan, but problem continues

207 children were freed from armed groups in April, we comment on the news for AP in South SudanRead more

Former child soldier Aung Ko Htwe sentenced in Myanmar

We speak to Frontier Myanmar after the former child recruit was jailed for two years after giving a media interview about his experiencesRead more