Tags: One Youth
Learn more about UNICEF’s work under the topic "One Youth".
Reimagining the future through the eyes of young people in Canada
This Canada Day, as we reflect on our country's past and reaffirm our commitment to supporting Indigenous peoples in pursuit for truth and reconciliation, we hear from young people on how they would reimagine Canada.
The Right to Vote - Part Two
13 young Canadians are challenging the federal voting age in court - find out why Catherine thinks the Canada Elections Act is unconstitutional
The Right to Vote - Part One
13 young Canadians are challenging the federal voting age in court - find out why Khadijat thinks the Canada Elections Act is unconstitutional
The Importance of Financial Literacy in a Pandemic and Post-Pandemic Society
Many people will tell you how to spend your money, but very few will tell you how to save it. Growing up, that was something that I heard too often from the elders of my community, and, to be honest, they were right.
Finding Light in the Dark: Top 5 Stories of Success in 2020
2020 has been a challenging year for almost everyone. However, in spite of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, UNICEF continued to make strides in protecting every child’s right to a childhood.
How teenagers can protect their mental health during coronavirus (COVID-19)
6 strategies for teens facing a new (temporary) normal.
Letter from the Future
On November 20, youth activists from across Canada gathered in Toronto and collaborated on a letter from the future.
Our Year in Review: 5 Stories of Success from 2019
In 2019, UNICEF reached almost all corners of the globe – 190 countries to be exact – to help save children’s lives. To celebrate the end of the year – and the end of a decade – we’ve chosen 5 stories from at home and abroad, to showcase how the tireless work of UNICEF staff and the generous support of our donors enables us to defend the right to childhood, for every child.
Foresight. I knew what the word meant; I am an English Literature major, after all. But I had never really thought of it in the context of the future of the world. That changed when I participated in UNICEF Canada’s Foresight Lab at the Women Deliver Conference.
Finally! A social policy “thermometer” to measure our kids’ wellbeing
When your baby has a fever, you reach for a thermometer. The Canadian Index of Child and Youth Well-being is designed to function like a social policy “thermometer" - to measure and communicate how well Canadian children and youth are actually doing, as opposed to how well we think they are doing.