- CSR achieves Non-Profit status and is is now a 501 (c)(3) non-profit, tax-exempt organization.
- CSR is collaborating with Katie Rose, a field researcher studying rehabilitation and reintegration of former child soldiers in Northern Uganda. Read about her work in the first of a two part interview series.
- CSR has partnered with a French translator and we now have a French version of many of our pages and documents.
- Lubanga Trial updates for August and September in English and French.
CSR achieves Non-Profit Status
We are excited to announce that Child Soldier Relief Foundation is now a federally recognized non-profit, tax exempt organization. We are in the process of applying for grants and initiating some fundraising projects, so please stay tuned.
CSR collaborates with field researcher Katie Rose
CSR is collaborating with Katie Rose, a resident of Maryland, U.S.A. and Master’s student at the University of Dublin, Ireland. For completion of her thesis in pursuit of a Master of Science in Global Health, Katie was required to travel to a destination of her choice to conduct her own individual research,
rather than perform the more traditional literature review or internship required by most programs. She chose as her topic area the rehabilitation and reintegration of former child soldiers and child mothers in Northern Uganda. Read about her work here.
Site now in French and English
Recognizing that many of our readers speak French as their first language, we have teamed up with Translator and legal intern Anneke Victorica, a lawyer from the United States and France to help us in making a French version of our website and key documents. It is a work in progress, but check out for the “Français” button listing the translated pages and documents.
Updates on the Lubanga Trial
Check out our most updated analysis of the Lubanga Trial by our Director of Research Projects, Kate Davey.