War is putting children
at risk as never before.
Around the world, in places like Syria, Yemen and Iraq, boys and girls are living in fear for their lives.
They’re being killed and
maimed as towns and cities are bombed and bombarded.
Places where children
should be safe, such as schools and hospitals are being targeted
in horrific attacks.
This must stop.
That’s why we’re campaigning to make sure that children caught in conflict are protected.
Help us speak up for these
children – join our
0 people have stood with us. Help us to reach 10,000.
TOGETHER WE ARE POWERFUL
You’ve shown no one is too powerful to be held accountable
Together we are powerful. When people like you make a stand, we can make a real difference to
children caught in conflict around the world.
This year you called on the UN to make sure all those who have killed and maimed children in Yemen are named in this year’s ‘Children in Armed Conflict’ report – including the Saudi Arabia-led coalition.
This was after last year’s politicised decision to remove the Saudi Arabia-led Coalition from the report despite clear evidence of grave violations against children being committed in Yemen. This was a mistake. Everyone that commits grave violations against children should be listed, no matter how powerful they are.
You told the UN this was simply not acceptable - they listened. This year the Saudi Arabia-led
coalition, alongside the other groups fighting in Yemen, was named and shamed for grave violations against children. You’ve shown no one is too powerful to be held accountable.
This victory was down to the thousands of you who made a stand. This victory was a step in the right direction but we know there’s still more to do to protect children in conflict in Yemen, and across the world.
Stand with us. Join our campaign now.
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