A selection of our latest videos detailing recent campaigns and research work.
5 September is the International Day of Charity.But, did you know that of the $174bn ODA funding received by charities in 2015, just over $1bn went to ending violence against children?
A round-up of the key dates and figures on issues relating to child soldiers over the past month.
Support Red Hand Day on 12 February 2018 - the International Day against the Use of Child Soldiers. Here is a video explaining how schools can get involved in our campaign.
Many suffer serious sexual and physical abuse while kept in armed groups, living with a daily fear of violence and the prospect of fighting.
Returning girl soldiers face multiple challenges when going back home to their family and communities with stigma and family rejection commonplace. This is Anourite's story.
Ahead of our upcoming report focused on the country's returning girl soldiers, here is a brief snapshot of what to expect
The MoD launched its new £3m advertising campaign in January, but how authentic is its portrayal of army life?
“Before you join the army you should have to sign another document saying you’re about to be subject to six months mental conditioning that could effectively change your mentality for life.”
“One of the things that used to get said a lot was 'look away'. So we’d all just turn around so we’re not seeing these things.”
Many children expect the British army to be exciting every day, but most of the time there isn't much to do.
“No human being as a kid wants to kill another human so they manipulate language by calling a person a target."
"You see this guy that you’re friends with…and then all of a sudden his legs are just blown up. That’s a life changing effect."
"I think the army give you a distorted self. He had disassociated himself and that was upsetting, you don't want to see that in your son."
"I can walk far with a lot of weight on my back. I can shoot someone. But that’s not really what someone wants to hear at a job interview."
Recruits discharged from training while under 18 are at increased risk of homelessness, crime, unemployment and substance misuse when they return to civilian life.
A former teenage recruit tells of a culture of sexual abuse and bullying for young women in the armed forces
Director Isabelle Guitard speaks to Deutsche Welle about the ongoing trial of former Ugandan child soldier Dominic Ongwen at the ICC
Our researchers discuss their work with returning girl soldiers in the country