Watch the new film in support of our Syria Winter Appeal, "No Place Like Home", with Ewan McGregor, Michael Sheen, Tom Hiddleston, Emma Bunton, Rita Ora and Tinie Tempah.Full article
Here are just a few of the things that have inspired us lately in our campaign to protect children from the impacts of climate change.
A month after Typhoon Haiyan tore through the Philippines, life is slowly returning to normal for children and families in hard-hit Tacloban, but as this video shows, there are tough choices to make, and things will never be quite the same.
Right now close to six million Syrian children like Reema, including more than one million refugees, are in urgent need of aid.
Watch the new film in support of our Syria Winter Appeal, "No Place Like Home", with Ewan McGregor, Michael Sheen, Tom Hiddleston, Emma Bunton, Rita Ora and Tinie Tempah.
This is Adamou. He comes from the Central African Republic's north-western region, where conflict has ripped apart the lives of more than 2 million children.
Charlie was just 7 when he raised £260,000 for UNICEF's Haiti earthquake appeal by cycling round his local park. Now he's back to help the children of the Philippines.
We love this Christmas tune! These talented young performers are from Millfields Community School in Hackney. They'll be taking to the stage at our annual Christmas carol concert next week.
A big UNICEF welcome to Katy Perry, who became our newest Goodwill Ambassador this week.
Extreme cold and heavy snow are impacting the lives of thousands of children in Mongolia. Climate change is not about a distant future - it's happening now.
When Typhoon Haiyan ripped through The Philippines, nearly 6 million children were affected by its devastating impact. Three weeks on, UNICEF's Diana Valcarcel meets one child who lost everything during the storm.