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Advocacy is one of UNICEF’s main programs. On this page, you will find more information about current and past UNICEF projects, child stories and ways you can get involved.

So you want to take part in UNICEF Canada’s Halloween Walk-a-thon but don’t know where to start? The members of GFORCE put their heads together and came up with 5 top tips to help you out.

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Young people are speaking out on the issues that matter most to them and finding innovative ways to create meaningful change.

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Much of the public discussion around new contact tracing apps has focused on privacy concerns, and with good reason. However, one group of potential app users deserves special consideration: children and youth

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Every child is unique. The way they are coping with the impacts of coronavirus is no different.

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How to start important conversations about racial injustice, implicit bias and how to be an ally - and keep them going.

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Racism and violence damage children, leaving deep and lasting scars. Here are five things you and your family can do now to help create a more just society.

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A COVID-19 helpline in Pakistan is providing vital support to communities in need during the pandemic.

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Jayanti, a first year university student, shares her experiences during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Mental Health is a big thing for so many people, but I think the most important thing - especially in such a time like this - is trying to work on being kinder to ourselves.

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Global coordination is urgently needed to prevent this health crisis from becoming a child-rights crisis.

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