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Recognizing the plight of children on Universal Children's Day

Twenty-six years ago today, the world made a solemn promise to the children of the world, to protect and promote their rights to survive and thrive, to learn and grow, to make their voices heard and to reach their full potential. But for children caught up in the different conflicts now gripping the Middle East and North Africa, that pledge – formalized in the Convention on the Rights of the Child -- is being broken, day in and day out. Read More >


  • Advocacy

Celebrating the 50th anniversary of UNICEF's Nobel Peace Prize

It’s 50 years since UNICEF was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize. And 50 years later, we are still working to ensure every child realizes their right to the quiet blessing of normal childhood - the surest path to a more peaceful world. Read More >


  • Child Survival

Improving Outcomes for Children and Youth in Care in Ontario

During National Foster Care Week, we recognize the role of foster parents in providing better life outcomes for children in Canada. Read More >


  • Child Protection
Geographic Regions: North America

Empowering Girls on Day of the Girl

On Day of the Girl, we are calling on the global community to realize the potential of adolescent girls - enabling girls to be powerful and positive change agents for their own empowerment, for advancing gender equality and for the sustainable advancement of their nations. Read More >


  • Education

Mental Illness Awareness: a Youth Perspective

For Mental Illness Awareness Week, we invited a youth blogger to share her thoughts on how we can create more open conversations on mental illness. Read More >


  • Advocacy
Geographic Regions: North America


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