Interview: Norwegian news NRK

What do we know about “Children born of war” and what is needed to secure their basic human rights? Our chair of the board and managing director Ingvill C. Mochmann answered these and other questions in an interview (in Norwegian) with the Norwegian news NRK #Nyhetsmorgen For the full interview, see here (from Minute 18:30 onwards).

News article: CBOW project event Bristol March 2022

This week the Norwegian newsmagazine A-magasinet published an extensive article from the Children Born of War (CBOW) project event which took place at Hotel Bristol March 7th 2022. In addition to the strong and emotional stories shared by three Norwegian children born of war (krigsbarn), the story behind the mobile game My Child Lebensborn and the establishment of the foundation Children Born of …

New generations continuing to work for CBOW rights

The Norwegian Children Born of War (CBOW) from World War II – the so-called “krigsbarn” – were the first group of children to fight for their rights. It was a great joy to present the newly established foundation during a gathering with the Norwegian CBOW, assuring them that the Children Born of War Project will continue the work they started. It …

The Foundation Children Born of War Project officially launched

The Norway-based foundation, Children Born of War Project is now officially launched! Children born of war (CBOW) are children born by local women and fathered by a foreign/enemy soldier during and after conflict. The Children Born of War Project works at the academic, policy, and community level to increase awareness, justice and evidence on CBOW. The foundation will bring together individuals and …

Conference: Securing health care of hidden populations: The case of Children Born of War

June 21, 2018 “Children born of war” (CBOW) are children born in conflict and post-conflict situations to native women and members of foreign troops. Empirical evidence indicates that these children are born in almost every armed conflict. Additionally, because of their (paternal) biological origin, the children are discriminated against and stigmatized in post-conflict societies. According to previous research, health problems …

First board meeting, Oslo: March 9th 2020

The first official meeting of the board took place in Oslo March 9th 2020. However, the official public launch of the foundation was going to take place in the fall of 2020, but has been postponed due to the pandemic.  Nevertheless, the organizational development of the foundation has evolved over the past year. Amongst others research grants on Children Born of …