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  • War Child: Peace in Colombia not yet in sight

    07 October 2017 - War Child regards the award of the Nobel Peace Prize to President Juan Manuel Santos as a vital measure towards achieving peace in Colombia. The success of the peace dialogues is extremely important. War Child is confronted daily with the violence in which millions of children grow up. The Nobel Peace Prize is the result of many years of peace negotiations between the Colombian government and the FARC. War Child welcomes recent developments but adds that these are merely some of the many steps that have to be taken.

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  • Don’t abandon the children of South Sudan

    11 July 2017 - War Child has voiced concern about the escalating violence in South Sudan, particularly around the country’s capital Juba. Any potential civil war will have catastrophic consequences for the country that has only been in existence for less than five years. Any conflict in South Sudan will affect millions of children.

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  • World Refugee Day

    20 June 2017 - Today, on World Refugee Day, War Child calls attention to the plight of millions of children worldwide forced to flee violence and armed conflict.

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  • Jij&Ik Generates Massive Response

    14 June 2017 - War Child can support an addition 4,378 children and young people in 2017 - thanks to the massive response generated by our annual TV special ‘Jij&Ik’. Relive the best moments here…

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  • PM Rutte visits NGO football project in Beirut

    03 May 2017 - Prime Minister of the Netherlands Mark Rutte and Lilianne Ploumen, the nation's Minister for Foreign Trade and Development, today visited the SaHA project in the Lebanese capital Beirut. The SaHA project sees War Child work in partnership with Right To Play and Dutch football federation the KNVB. The project uses football as a platform to harness the participation of children and young people in designing their own activities and events to improve their communities.

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