CBOW project managing director and chairwoman Ingvill Constanze Ødegaard invited by the Social Democratic Party (SPD) to speak about Children Born of War and their mothers on the occasion of the International Women’s Day. For more information, please see here (link in German).
Don’t Forget the Children Born of War in Ukraine
Learning from the past to support Children Born of War in Ukraine. Read the blog post by CBOW project board members and #EuroWARCHILD (Inger Skjelsbæk, Johanne Rokke Elvebakken, Lina Stotz and Ingvill Constanze Ødegaard). Read the article here.
Article on CBOW in Ukraine published in German newspaper
Please find the article in German here. For the English version, please see here.
CBOW Project has endorsed the ‘Call to Action’ and ‘Platform for Action’ on Children Born of conflict related sexual violence November 1st 2022
The Children Born of War Project on November 1st 2022 endorsed the Call to Action and committed to all priorities in the Platform for Action which are: Priority One: Building Evidence and Understanding on Children Born of Conflict-Related Sexual Violence Priority Two: Promoting Effective Laws, Policies & Practices Priority Three: Empowering Children Born of Conflict-Related Sexual Violence and Advocating With/on …
Launch of the Platform for Action on Children Born of conflict related sexual violence at the ‘Preventing Sexual Violence in Conflict Initiative (PSVI) Conference’
November 28 to 29 2022, the UK government hosted the International Preventing Sexual Violence in Conflict Initiative (PSVI) Conference in central London. In this context Lord Ahmad, Minister of State for the Middle East, North Africa, South Asia and United Nations at the Foreign, Commonwealth & Development Office (FCDO) and the Prime Minister’s Special Representative for Preventing Sexual Violence in …
Call for Papers: From ”War Children” to ”IS Children”: Comparative Perspectives on European Children Born of War
International Workshop at Lund University, May 10th-12th, 2023. The study of Children Born of War (CBOW) has made significant advances in recent years within a wide range of national contexts and disciplines. Building on these foundations, this workshop seeks to strengthen the comparative scholarship in the field. CBOW may face multiple forms of legal, social, gendered, or ethno-national discrimination. Comparative …
Congratulations to our Grant Winners
The CBOW Project is happy to share the news of the selected winners from the first grant call published in April, 2022. The foundation received an overwhelming amount of applications demonstrating the importance and work being done with children born of war globally. After an extensive evaluation process (details outlined below), the foundation will support 6 projects for one year …
Doing or not doing harm? Ethical issues in researching Children Born of War
The board members Norman Mukasa and Ingvill C. Mochmann published an article on ‘Ethical issues in researching Children Born of War’. See here.
What Does It Mean to Be a Child Born of War?
CBOW project managing director Ingvill Constanze Mochmann in conversation with Children Born of War at the launch of the ERC funded “EuroWARCHILD” project. See here.
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).