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The Women, Peace and Security Institute (WPSI) of Kofi Annan International Peacekeeping Training Centre (KAIPTC), in partnership with the Save the Children International (SCI), held a three-day symposium from 26th to 28th October 2021. The...

To better understand the context of the engagement of youth formerly associated with armed groups and armed forces as children in peacebuilding activities, the paper uses a gendered lens in providing an interpretation, including a nuanced...

As part of the broader country study, the aim of this paper is to highlight the involvement of children and the youth in armed conflict in Nigeria. This will include their association with these armed forces or armed groups, with particular...

In the past decade and a half, children in Gaza have endured six life-threatening situations – five escalations in violence and a pandemic – as well as a life-limiting land, air and sea blockade imposed by the Government of Israel since June 2007....

This policy brief presents the headline findings of an assessment of the social protection sector in Cambodia from a child-sensitive lens.

100 days after the crisis escalated, the situation in Ukraine remains dire for children and their families. Drawing on over a century of experience, we’ve responded immediately since the beginning of the crisis, and will continue to support...

Save the Children, with funding from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, has partnered with the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine and the Centre for Behavior Change Communication on the Nomadic Health Project (NHP). This 4-year ...

This brief provides an overview of the Nomadic Health Project (2018-2021) including an overview of the community health unit structure, challenges, project knowledge sharing, reach, results, and ongoing challenges and opportunities.

This statement was developed with contributions from the sub-group on care under the Alliance for Child Protection in Humanitarian Action UASC Task Force, co-led by the Transforming Children’s Care Global Collaborative Platform.

Every year, approximately 500–700 Palestinian children encounter the Israeli military detention system. The prosecution of Palestinian children in the military detention system, and the ill-treatment most endure, is a long-standing human rights...