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Category : Child Protection

We are pleased to present all posts in category "Child Protection"

PHOTO ESSAY: For every child, hope

Posted by: UNICEF January 4, 2017

For over 70 years, UNICEF has been the defender of children around the world, regardless of gender, religion, race or economic background. When the world’s most vulnerable need a champion in the face of conflict, disease or exclusion, UNICEF has been there. Read more »

Crisis in Aleppo: Winter is the latest threat to children in conflict-ridden Syrian city

Posted by: UNICEF December 16, 2016

As people continue to flee the besieged Syrian city of Aleppo, UNICEF is working to reach displaced families with the supplies they need to survive the brutal winter. Some children have lost or become separated from their families, leaving them even more vulnerable. Read more »

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Interview with Terry Ananny, Featured Artist, UNICEF Canada Holiday Cards

Posted by: UNICEF Canada November 11, 2016

Terry Ananny is an artist from Toronto whose bright and colourful paintings have been collected by Canadian Prime Ministers, Governor Generals and the Government of Canada. Her work has been commissioned for a Canadian coin and selected each year for a UNICEF Holiday Card since 1998, sales of which go towards supporting our work to reach the most vulnerable children around the world and helping them survive and thrive. We asked her a few questions to get to know her better. Read more »

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What I Want for Every Child by Frances Itani

Posted by: UNICEF Canada November 17, 2016

Frances Itani, award-winning Canadian author, has written 16 books, including the internationally published novels Deafening, Requiem, and Remembering the Bones. She has written 2 picture books for children. She has worked as a volunteer with children most of her life. She joins more than 200 authors around the world to share her wish #foreverychild as part of Tiny Stories. Read more »

My wish for every child

Posted by: David Morley November 14, 2016

Award-winning author and UNICEF Canada President and CEO David Morley joins over 200 authors around the world to share his wish #foreverychild as part of Tiny Stories. Read more »

What I Want for Every Child by Seymour Mayne

Posted by: UNICEF Canada November 16, 2016

Seymour Mayne is a Canadian author, editor, or translator of more than seventy books and monographs. He joins UNICEF's Tiny Stories initiative to speak up for child rights around the world. Read more »

Interview with Katerina Mertikas, Featured Artist, UNICEF Canada Holiday Cards

Posted by: UNICEF Canada November 11, 2016

Katerina Mertikas is a self-taught artist who was born in Tripoli, Greece. She is also a featured artist on UNICEF’s Holiday Cards, sales of which go towards supporting our work to reach the most vulnerable children around the world and helping them survive and thrive. We asked her about her story. Read more »

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Interview with Briar Emond, Featured Artist, UNICEF Canada Holiday Cards

Posted by: UNICEF Canada November 11, 2016

Briar is a featured artist on UNICEF’s Holiday Cards, sales of which go towards supporting UNICEF’s work to reach the most vulnerable children around the world and helping them survive and thrive. We asked her a few questions to get to know her better. Read more »

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Children released by armed groups in South Sudan

Posted by: UNICEF October 28, 2016

On October 26, 2016, a total of 145 children were released by armed groups in South Sudan. This is the largest number of children freed since 2015, when 1,775 children were released in the Greater Pibor Administrative Area. Read more »

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