Grant call, 2022 | Deadline: April 30, 2022. For more information, please see here.
An Interview Series by Women in Global Health Norway 2021-2022
Our chair of the board Ingvill briefly describes the CBOW project following the launch of the game ‘My Child Lebensborn’ on TikTok. Have a look here:
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 …
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 …
October 1st 2021: the new website went live!
In this process the International Network for Interdisciplinary Research on Children Born of War was merged with the foundation “Children Born of War project” in September 2021.