“I am raising money for Children and War (UK) because Dad was a guiding spirit of the charity”
Professor Bill Yule, renowned psychologist and co-founder of Children and War Foundation, has died at 83.
We are now taking bookings for our next training course in Teaching Recovery Techniques, which will take place online on 5-6 October 2023. Teaching Recovery Techniques (TRT) is an effective tool of psychological self-help for people experiencing the traumatic...
Anna, Mia, Ben, Kalea and Andrew are raising money for Children And War UK via their JustGiving pages.
The’ve already raised 102% of their original target after completing the first of 2 half marathons this year
Di Redmond was invited to read her book Rucksack, to a school in Surrey for refugees who’ve fled Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.
Update on the The “Helping Hand in Ukraine” International Relief Project, including a recent report by Hope Worldwide.
Every picture book distributed to displaced Ukrainian children comes with a simple booklet of advice for parents, carers, teachers who are reading RUCKSACK to the children.
Children and War UK’s cascade approach to training is designed to reach large groups of children at risk of long-term psychological trauma. Between February and June 2022, we helped more than 1000 Ukrainian children – but the number of children who need help grows every day.
The Guardian has highlighted the long wait that traumatised Ukrainian refugees who have fled to the UK for 'specialised therapy to help them heal from the horrors of war.' Children and War UK's trustee William Yule, an expert in child stress and trauma and the needs...
In the 10 weeks since the Russian invasion, a third of Ukrainians have been forced from their homes, […] more than 5.7 million refugees have fled Ukraine. A further 7.7 million have been displaced within Ukraine.’ Children and War UK is working with children affected, in Ukraine and surrounding countries
Children and War UK funds essential research into the effects of traumatic events on children, and into ways of helping children cope.