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Children and War Foundation, represented by William Yule and Patrick Smith, will be giving a training in Teaching Recovery Techniques on December 16th and 17th.
Supporters in the UK are taking part in the next Big Fun Run in Crystal Palace, London, to raise funds for the Foundation. Details of the run are here.
Please sponsor our runners! Taxpayers in the UK can gift-aid any sponsorship by donating via our JustGiving site.
The latest report on the psychosocial webpage of Child Soldiers International is the review of the work of the Children and War Foundation from its inception to the present day. You can find the report here.
She is climbing Kilimanjaro for Children and War Foundation “because all children deserve peace and happiness”. Please support her, and read more about her story on JustGiving
Children and War Foundation is unfortunately not able to support any research projects at the moment.
New Board member, Tori Snell and her daughter, Alexandra, ably supported by her son Matthew, ran in the Big Fun Run at Milton Keynes on Sunday 21st of July to raise funds for the foundation. Both ran the 5k in creditable times.
The next fund-raising run is at Crystal Palace in October 13. Runners needed!
Children and War Foundation, represented by William Yule and Patrick Smith, will be giving a training in Teaching Recovery Techniques on December 16th and 17th. We kindly ask potential participants to contact us at email@example.com
Full details will be available by early August.
Iraqi psychiatrist Numan Ali talks about the usefulness of the manuals developed by the Children and War Foundation in an interview with BBC (in Arabic).
Click here to listen.
Children and War is featured in a new series called “The Truth About Mental Health” that will go out every Friday on BBC World Service starting May 31st.
Atle Dyregrov is talking about Children and War in relation to Syrian children in Programme 2 on Friday June 7th, and on the work of the Centre for Crisis Psychology in relation to Utoya in Programme 6.
Link to the episodes
In April 2013, a group of mental health professionals from Penang held a workshop using the Chinese version of the Teaching Recovery Technique Manual. Read more »