Children are born during times of war all over the world. Some from love relationships, and some from war violence. Some have good lives; others have difficult ones. Common to all, however, is that they have largely been overlooked, both by policymakers and researchers. EuroWARCHILD is an interdisciplinary research project studying the experiences and needs of three generations of children born of war in Europe: children fathered by enemy soldiers during World War II, conceived in sexual violence during the Bosnian war, and born to European foreign fighters to ISIS/Daesh. Based on this research, EuroWARCHILD aims to increase attention to these children in Europe and beyond.