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Publication date: January 20, 2020

As world leaders convene at the World Economic Forum, UNICEF urges policy-makers to address extreme disparities in public education spending.

Publication date: January 13, 2020

Nova Scotia’s top culinary talent is coming together for the 28th annual Chefs for UNICEF Water for Life Gala at the Halifax Convention Centre, an evening of fun and delicious international cuisine in support of UNICEF’s work to provide access to safe water and sanitation systems for children in Uganda.


Publication date: January 9, 2020

UNICEF Canada's statement on the devastation being wrought on children and families in Australia, due to the ongoing bush fires.


Publication date: January 2, 2020

New Year’s Day is supposed to be a day of hope and a time to look forward to the year ahead. For families in Syria, any hope is all too often extinguished by heart-breaking violence.


Publication date: December 30, 2019

UNICEF Canada outlines key policy priorities that will improve child and youth well-being in Canada and around the world


Publication date: December 24, 2019

Children are bearing the brunt of intensifying violence in northwest Syria. More than 500 children were injured or killed in the first nine months of 2019, and at least 65 children have been killed or injured in the month of December alone.

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Publication date: December 18, 2019

Statement by UNICEF Executive Director Henrietta Fore


Publication date: December 17, 2019

The 40-year-old conflict in Afghanistan is having a devastating impact on children and parties are failing in their duty to shield them from its consequences, UNICEF said in a new report released today. 


Publication date: December 6, 2019

The estimated number of children displaced by storms and flooding in the Caribbean islands* saw a six-fold increase in the past five years, a new UNICEF report said today.


Publication date: December 4, 2019

UNICEF today released its US$ 4.2 billion 2020 emergency appeal to reach 59 million children with life-saving support in 64 countries across the globe. It is its biggest ask of donors yet, representing 3.5 times the funds requested in 2010.