Recruited but not ‘child soldiers’: Returning girls in South Sudan risk being left without support

Ignoring the role of girls in armed groups is leaving some on the margins of vital reintegration assistanceRead more

Public believe British Army should recruit from 18 - ICM survey

72% of British public think army recruitment should start at 18 or above, a new ICM survey for Child Soldiers International has revealedRead more

Children attacked, recruited & abused in conflict as contentious UN ‘list of shame’ reveals worst global offenders

UN Secretary-General's report shows 21,000 abuses against children and 56 armed groups and seven state forces guilty of child recruitmentRead more

An Open Letter to UN Secretary-General António Guterres for children of Yemen

We sign on to a letter urging the UN to list Saudi Arabia-led Coalition on its 'list of shame' of parties not doing enough to protect children in warRead more

Community networks central to stopping CAR child recruitment

We launch new projects in Central African Republic to help communities, government and local groups halt children joining armed groupsRead more

Why 18 Matters: UK, US & NATO militaries ‘may violate international law’ in treatment of teenage recruits

New report explores how economically-developed nations target under-18s for military recruitment and calls on states to raise enlistment age to 18Read more

Child Soldiers World Index reveals shocking scale of child recruitment around the world

A first-ever global resource mapping recruitment practices of 197 UN Member States and armed groups shows systematic abuse of child rightsRead more

The world watches on as child soldier recruitment flourishes

On International Day Against the Use of Child Soldiers we call on the global community to provide necessary resources to end this devastating practiceRead more

Jane Garvey to present our BBC Radio 4 Appeal to help Congo's girl soldiers

Voice of BBC Woman’s Hour to put spotlight on DR Congo projects in radio broadcast on 4 and 8 FebruaryRead more