In the UK 16-year-olds can’t legally play Call of Duty but they can join the army

Child Soldiers International's Rachel Taylor writes on the UK's outdated recruitment policy for The Independent newspaper.Read more

Chibok girls: 82 are free but now tough road to reintegration begins

Why there is a myriad of challenges in reintegrating 82 young women back into their communities, director Isabelle Guitard tells International Business Times.Read more

Innocent: A spirit of resilience

Opwonya Innocent, a former child soldier in Uganda, shares his remarkable story from life in the LRA to university student in Germany.Read more

Child rights under the lens

Why Child Soldiers International refuses to use identifiable images of children in its work.Read more

Guns assembled in the UK may be arming child soldiers

European charities say German weapons firms bypass domestic controls by using British subsidiaries, exploiting a lack of transparency over UK arms sales, The Guardian reports.Read more

Letter to the US Congress

We signed this joint letter with 19 other NGOs calling on the US to do all it can to end the use of child soldiers.Read more

No child recruited for war

Support our campaign to stop the recruitment of all children.Read more

Children, “violent extremism”, and the justice system

Our report on the Expert Group Meeting on the treatment of children associated with extremist groups.Read more

The Guardian view on child soldiers: stop recruiting, start reintegrating

A former abductee’s trial for war crimes highlights the problem of children enlisted or seized by armed forces or groups. But change is possible.Read more