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The mission of Child Soldier Relief Foundation (CSR), a 501 (c)(3) non-profit, tax-exempt organization designated by the Internal Revenue Code, is to advocate on behalf of child soldiers by serving as a central repository of information on all topics relating to the topic of child soldiers.

CHILD SOLDIER RELIEF NETWORK: INSIDE CSRFOUNDATION MARCH 2011

Child Soldier Relief Foundation receives its first grant!

We are so grateful to the Audrey Hepburn Children’s Fund for awarding Child Soldier Relief Foundation its first grant toward furthering our advocacy work on behalf of former child soldiers.

CSRF Needs your help

We are pleased and proud to finally be able to announce our capital fundraising campaign.  Donations from organizations and individuals will allow us to advance the projects and plans that we have started here at CSRF.  For more information on grants and donating, please go here.  We truly appreciate all of your support!

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Lubanga Trial Updates for November, December 2010 and February 2011

Director of Research Projects Kate Davey has been covering the Lubanga Trial since it began in February 2009.  Since then, she has written more than thirty reports and trial updates in an effort to provide a user-friendly summary of the trial. In addition, she has focused on the plight of girl soldiers forced to be “wives”, the issue of paid and/or false testimony, courtroom security and ensuring adequate witness protection.   Check out the most recent updates here.

CSR welcome new partners, Mandala House and Somali Child Rights Organization (SOCHRO-UGANDA)

Child Soldier Relief Foundation works to promote, network and support foundations and organizations with goals similar to ours.  Thus far, we have partnered with organizations in the United States, Uganda, Somalia, Afghanistan, Canada, Rwanda, United Kingdom and Columbia.  We are actively working to create a networking tool to coordinate funding, research, grants, discussion and information-sharing among our partners. For more information on our partners or to contact us about being a partner, please see our partner page.

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